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New Chitose Airport with regular international flight "Zero" The number of immigrants was "1" in January and 2 last month. Where on earth?


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New Chitose Airport with regular international flight "Zero" The number of immigrants was "1" in January and 2 last month. Where on earth?

 
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The two were quarantined for two weeks after landing at Haneda Airport on a private jet from Hong Kong, undergoing a PCR test and entering New Chitose Airport.
 

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Tokyo International Airport

Tokyo International Airport(Tokyo,British: Tokyo International Airport) IsTokyoOta-kuIt is inJapanBiggest空港.Popular name,Haneda airport(Hanging,British: Haneda Airport).Simply "HanedaIs sometimes called.IATA airport code TheHND.

Narita International AirportAlong withCapital AreaIs the "empty front door"[3].. The number of passengers in 2019 was the 5th in the world[4].

Overview

In Ota-ku, TokyoEbitori RiverTouhou across[5],Tokyo BayLocated on the side.19318/25"Tokyo airfieldSince the official opening of the port,TokyoAnd it is an airport that represents the metropolitan area. In the world in 2019Airport with the fourth largest number of passengersHas become[6](2018 is 5th place[7]).Of the yearApproximately 38 aircraft departures and arrivals[Source required], The number of air passengers is about 8,489 million[2], Respectively, the first place in Japan. Air cargo handling volume is about 1 million.T[2]Narita International AirportIt is the second largest in Japan (about 2 tons per day).Japan AirlinesAll Nippon Airways,Sky mark,Solaseed Air,AIRDODomestic flightsHub airportIs used as. other than this,Charter flights,Business jetIs on board.

LandfillThe airport has the largest area in Japan, exceeding Narita International Airport.[Source required]The current site area of ​​Haneda Airport is approximately 1,522 hectares.[8] Is. This occupies about a quarter of the total area of ​​Ota Ward, which has an airport. It is also one of the airports that can operate 4 hours a day.[Note 1].. International flights and freight flights from midnight to dawn[Note 2] Is arriving and departing. The opening time of the 3rd Passenger Terminal Building is 24 hours. However, for domestic passenger lines, according to the operating hours of regular flights, the opening time of each domestic passenger terminal building, the first passenger terminal, and the second passenger terminal is around 1:2-5:00.

Haneda AirportTokyo 23 WardAlthough it is inside and highly convenient,Aviation lawupperCrowded airportandIATAIt is designated as "Level 3", which is the most crowded level in WSG.[9], Noise problems, restrictions on increased flights, prohibition of entry of small aircraft, etc.Haneda Airport slotsThere's a problem. To solve these problems, to dateOffshore development business,Re-expansion business,Yokota AirspaceIs being adjusted. Regarding airport noise, only the Haneda Airport area (Haneda Airport XNUMX-chome-Haneda Airport XNUMX-chome, the land and water surface in contact with these)Noise regulation law(Act No. 43 of 98) Based on the provisions of Article 3, Paragraph 1, it is excluded from the area designated by the mayor of Ota Ward.

Haneda Airport is closer to the city center than Narita Airport, and it is easy to guard along the road.Emperor-royal,Prime MinisteretcGovernment machineWhen using orState and VIPMostly use Haneda Airport when visiting Japan on a dedicated or special plane[Note 3].. For this reason,VIP machine spots (V1, V2) and passengers as dedicated facilitiesTerminal buildingThere is a guest room in a separate building[Source required].

2014 years,Sky traxConducted by "Global Airport Ranking 2014"Japanese airportWon the world's highest level of 5 stars for the first time[10][11].. In March 2019, Skytrax moved up from third place in 3 to the World's Best Airports of 2019, which ranks airports around the world.Singapore Changi International AirportIt was selected as the second place after, and was also selected as "the cleanest airport in the world", "the world's best domestic airport", and "the world's most barrier-free airport".

Management

Airport lawIt is one of the "airports that serve as the base of the international air transportation network or the domestic air transportation network" stipulated in Article 4.Minister of Land, Infrastructure and TransportInstalled and managed by[12].Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and TourismTokyo Airport Office is about Haneda AirportAirfield controlIn addition to business, Haneda Airport,Narita International Airport,Shimosa Airfield,Kisarazu Airfield,Tateyama AirfieldAboutApproach/Terminal radar controlWe are carrying out business. In addition, each small airport in the Izu Islands (Remote airport), Etc.Air Traffic Control Flight Information OfficerIs implementing. In addition, it should be notedcallsignabout,Niijima AirportKozushima AirportIs "Izu Remote",Miyakejima AirportIs "Miyake Remote",Hachijojima AirportUses "Hachijo Remote".

The Tokyo Airport Office of the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism is responsible for the installation of airports and the management and operation of airport functions, but the management and operation of each terminal building is as follows.

FacilityManagement and management companyRemarks
Domestic flight areaDomestic terminal buildingsJapan Airport BuildingLtd.
International districtPassenger Terminal 3Tokyo International Air TerminalCo., Ltd. (TIAT)[Note 4]Opened in October 2010. First for a Japanese airportPFI businessAs a result, private businesses that have concluded business contracts with the national government are constructing, managing, and operating.
International Cargo Terminal BuildingTokyo International Air Cargo Terminal Co., Ltd.
International district apronHaneda Airport International Flight Apron PFI Co., Ltd.

statistics

Number of users

Original wikidata queryPlease refer to.

At Tokyo International Airport2020The total number of domestic and international passengers (January-December) decreased by 1% from the previous year to 12.[13]. Haneda Airport Passenger Terminal Usage Record (FY2020) (PDF)

Number of passengers by service route

(From Tokyo International Airport) Number of passengers / ranking by route in 2019[14]
destinationNumber of passengersDomestic rank
New Chitose AirportAbout 881 million peopleSuperior01 bit
Fukuoka AirportAbout 836 million peopleSuperior02 bit
Naha AirportAbout 587 million peopleSuperior03 bit
Osaka International AirportAbout 529 million peopleSuperior04 bit
Kagoshima AirportAbout 234 million peopleSuperior05 bit
Hiroshima AirportAbout 186 million peopleSuperior06 bit
Kumamoto AirportAbout 183 million peopleSuperior08 bit
Nagasaki AirportAbout 162 million peopleTop 10
Matsuyama AirportAbout 146 million peopleTop 12
Miyazaki AirportAbout 135 million peopleTop 13
KIXAbout 125 million peopleTop 14
Takamatsu AirportAbout 124 million peopleTop 15
Oita AirportAbout 118 million peopleTop 18
Kitakyushu AirportAbout 116 million peopleTop 19
Komatsu AirportAbout 104 million peopleTop 26
Hakodate AirportAbout 102 million peopleTop 27
Tokushima Airportapprox 098 million peopleTop 28
Okayama Airportapprox 096 million peopleTop 29
Asahikawa Airportapprox 090 million peopleTop 31
Kochi Airportapprox 090 million peopleTop 32
Yamaguchi Ube Airportapprox 089 million peopleTop 33
Akita Airportapprox 080 million peopleTop 36
Kobe Airportapprox 070 million peopleTop 37
Obihiro Airportapprox 059 million peopleTop 42
Nagasaki Airport (via Kobe)approx 057 million peopleTop 45
Izumo Airportapprox 055 million peopleTop 47
New Ishigaki Airportapprox 055 million peopleTop 48
Yonago Airportapprox 054 million peopleTop 49

History

Haneda before the opening of the port

Edo PeriodLate, off the coast of Haneda VillageTidal flat Paddy fieldFor development purposesReclamationLater, the reclaimed land was given the names of Haneda Suzuki Town, Haneda Anamori Town, and Haneda Edo Mi Town.BakumatsuExpanded to the east side,EdoA battery for defense was installed (Haneda Odaiba).

Meiji EraからTaisho eraWas in the reclaimed landAnamori Inari ShrineTowardsKeihin Electric RailwayKeikyu Airport Line(CurrentKeikyu Airport Line) Was built.Anamori StationKeihin Electric Railway runs nearHaneda Stadiumwas there.amusement parkIt was a major leisure facility with a seawater pool.

1917 (Taisho 6),Toichiro TamaiOpened the Japan Flight School here.TamagawaRiverbed(mainly(I.e.Side)RunwayWas used as[15].. 1923 (Taisho 12)Great Kanto EarthquakeThe railroad was devastated at that time, and the Vice Chairman of the Imperial Flight AssociationNagaoka GaishiInsisted on the importance of transporting goods by air and suggested that Haneda need an airfield.

Open port

Initially, commercial airlinesTachikawa Army AirfieldWas used, but there were many restrictions because it was shared by the military and civilians. In response to rising demand for private aviation, it was decided to build an airport on the north side of Haneda's reclaimed land (near the current maintenance area), which is highly convenient from central Tokyo. Tobishima Group (currentlyTobishima construction) Was acquired as an industrial land, and construction of the airport facility began in January 1930.[16].

August 1931, 8,TokyoEbara-gunNorth side of Haneda Edo Micho (next year)Tokyo cityKamata-kuHaneda Edo Town),Ministry of CommunicationsHaneda Airport (Tokyo Airfield) opened as a private airfield under the jurisdiction of the Civil Aviation Bureau[16][17].. However,concreteExcept for the runway on the floor, it was mostly grassland, andwirelessbycontrolIs not donecontrol towerThe equipment was simple (area 53ha, runway 300m, width 15m). "Toukiyau" was written on the right side of the runway in katakana.concreteSign letters made of[16][17].

The first memorable flight isJapan Air Transport OfDalianIt was a regular flight to the destination, but the airfare at that time was very high and there were no passengers, so I sent it to a cafe in Dalian instead.Pine bug,Bellworm6000 were placed[17].. For personal use, August 1931, 8,HiroshimaFrom the airfieldMarga von EtzdorfHas arrived.

development

Haneda Airport was first opened on September 1931, 9, the month following the opening of the port.CustomsIt has been designated as an installation airfield and was expected to play a role as an international airfield from the beginning.[16].. In 1932Weather stationThe Haneda branch office was opened and aviation meteorological observations began to take place.[16], In 1933, the civil aviation sector of Tachikawa Airfield was relocated.

Also, Japan Air TransportManchurian Airlines OfBaseAnd,Osaka,Fukuoka,Taipei,CapitalAt that timeDainichi this empireNot only domestic flights to major cities in JapanManchuriaInternational flights to Japan are also becoming more active.Airport terminal buildingAnd hangersHangar), Runways, variousnavigationFacilities etc. were enhanced[18].

In May 1937, he made a European-Asia liaison flight.KamikazeIn the same month, he later set an official world record.Navigation machineIt became the first flight place. In August 1939, he challenged the first domestic aircraft to fly around the world.NipponHaneda has become a stage of numerous achievements that remain in the history of aviation in Japan. Furthermore, in 1938Lufthansa OfFocke-Wulf/Fw200 CondorBut,1939ToJunkersJu 52But,GermanyThe capital ofBerlinAnd flew between Haneda.

From 1938 to 1939, the adjoining land of the airfield was acquired and the first expansion work was carried out.Haneda StadiumBecame the target of this acquisition and disappeared[19].. The area is 72 ha, and the layout is such that two runways with a total length of 800 meters and a width of 80 meters are arranged in a cross shape. This made it a modernized civilian airfield for the time[17][20].

1940 Tokyo OlympicsBecause of this, Tokyo City is currently constructing an airfield larger than Haneda (Tokyo City Airfield).Koto WardDream islandHowever, the construction was suspended due to the influence of the Sino-Japanese War (then the plan was abolished).

Wartime

Domestic passenger aircraft in September 1940Mitsubishi MC-20The announcement ceremony for the completion of theSky day))Asahi ShimbunThe sponsored aviation pageant was held. In the latterMaurice Falman machine,CatchingMachinePolikarpov I-16Will fly againArmy Air Force OfFighter-BomberbyAcrobatic flight・Exhibition flightTokyo BayLive bullet onexerciseIs being shown. In addition, on October 10st when reporting the airline pageantNews movie"Japan News』No. 17 introduces the home as "Tokyo Airport in Haneda".

In October 1941NavyTrain aviation personnelKasumigaura Navy Air CorpsPart of the[21],Military airfieldWill also be used as. In December of the same yearPacific War(Great East Asian War), Japan's civil aviation virtually stopped.

From now on,The end of the warUntil then, domestic flights and allies of Manchuria andKingdom of ThailandIn addition to the,Japanese army Southern strategyTo the various parts of the territory occupied byFukuoka First AirportAs a transit point,armyThe special aviation transport department of the company launched a regular service (consigned operation by the delegated Dainippon Airlines). Destination isHong KongBesidesSoutheast Asia OfJakarta,Manila,Singapore,New Guinea OfWewak,RabaulBefore the Japanese occupation,The United Kingdom,The United States of America, NetherlandsSuch asColonyMet.

In addition, in southern operationCatchingWas doneU.S. Forces,Republic of China Army,Dutch army,Dutch Indian Airlines OfBoeingB-17,Curtis WrightP-40,Douglas DC-5Exhibitions were also held. At the end of the warBombing mainland Japan,Machine gun sweepToAlliesSince it became the target of bombing of military aircraft, the NavyAnti-aircraft gun,Anti-aircraft gunTo prepare for this[19].

Deportation

Second World WarAfter the end,Japan under Allied OccupationIt is,General instruction No. XNUMXBy the order, it was ordered to preserve the airfields and aviation facilities in various places in good condition. Haneda Air Base was ordered to be handed over to the Allies on September 1945, 9, and on the following day 12Automatic rifleSoldiers armed withジ ー プI got on board and kicked out those who were at the airfield and requisitioned[22][23].. Haneda Airport is the Allied Forces stationed in Japan (actually in charge of occupying the Kanto region)U.S. Forces) Becomes the base usedHaneda Army AirbaseIt was decided to be called (Haneda Army Air Base)[23].

However, from the perspective of the US military, the scale of Haneda Airport (area 72ha) at that time was only about the size of a local airport, and urgent expansion and maintenance was required. Therefore, the Haneda reclaimed land adjacent to the south side of the airfield will be allocated to the expansion site, and on September 9,GHQAn order was issued to "the residents will be deported within 48 hours" jointly named by (Allied Forces General Headquarters) and Mayor Kamata. There were 1200 people from 3000 households living in this area,Defeated countryThere was no room for refusal by the Japanese government. Residents were forced to evict in a short time[23][24][25].

Since some people returned to pick up their forgotten items even after the time limit had passed, it was said that GHQ allowed them to enter and leave the town for only one week during the day, but after the residents moved out, the old residential area was set up at Inari Bridge. Entrance gates and armed U.S. forcesmilitary policeBlockade and the inhabitants were completely eliminated[23].. Without any compensation[26] Residents displaced from this area hope that their homes will be demolished by heavy machinery from the U.S. military.Ebitori RiverI could only see it from the opposite bank[23].

The airport expansion work by the U.S. Army 11 airfield construction unit, which started in earnest in November, progressed in a blink of an eye and created a vast site.[22].. But it was on the premisesAnamori Inari ShrineLarge oftoriiOnly left unremoved[23][24][27].. For this construction, "Occupation Army WorkersAbout 2000 Japanese workers hired as "" were also participating. The expansion work was completed by June 1946, and the former Runway A (6m x 2000m) and the former Runway B (45m x 1650m) were completed.[23][25][28][29].

The above mentioned that was in the airport at the end of the warNavigation machineAnd Japanese military aircraft have been dumped by the U.S. military and are said to be still buried underground on the premises.[22][23][30].

In the construction plan of the new B runway accompanying the offshore expansion project that started in the 1980s, the Otorii was to be removed because it would be an obstacle to the construction, but the relocation cost will be borne by volunteers mainly from neighboring residents. By offer, it was moved to its current location about 1999 meters southwest in February 2.[31][32][33].

Japanese GovernmentThen paid the landowner,registrationHas continued to move the property to the country, but has not acquired all of it, and in 2012 filed a proceeding for registration transfer of land of unknown ownership.[34].. In this case, "Prescription acquisitionWas dismissed as "the country did not intend to own" in the first instance, but in 2015 the High Court occupied "the country was requested by GHQ and had no legal basis or contract." It cannot be said that it was proved that there was no intention of possession. "[35].

Under occupation

In Japan under Allied occupation, all Japanese-registered aircraft, including civil aviation, were banned from activities.Northwest Airlines,Pan American Airlines(Both companies 1947),British Overseas Airlines(1948) andPhilippine Airlines(1949),Canadian Pacific Airlines(1949),Civil Air Transport CompanyRegular flights of Allied civil aviation, such as (1950), have begun.

In addition, British Overseas AirwaysShort sandringham"Plymouth type"Flying boatOn the south coast of England, which was operated inPoolIn March 1946 to extend the route between Hong Kong and Hong KongBritish Commonwealth Occupation Army Of(English editionMajor General boarding off Tokyo International AirportAllied Supreme Command OfDouglas MacArthurAsked the Commander-in-Chief, but refused due to lack of waterways, hangers, and terminal facilities for flying boats[36].. For this reason, for some time after March 1948, 3.British CommonwealthThe base of the occupation forcesIwakuni baseAfter that, he was allowed to board Haneda Airport by land plane.

In due timeSan Francisco Peace TreatyWas signed, and on October 1951, 10, when the Allied occupation of Japan was nearing its end, Japan's aviation activities were lifted, and as the first scheduled domestic civil aviation flight after World War II.Japan Airlines OfMartin 2-0-2Mold machine "Moku StarBut Haneda Airport- Itami Airport(Osaka)- Board with airportStarted regular passenger service between (Fukuoka)[37].

Return and restart (Tokyo International Airport)

1952/7/1[20], Runways, taxiways, various aviation lights, etc. were transferred from the US military to the Government of Japan[38], Renamed to "Tokyo International Airport" on the same day[39].. However, due to the "arrangement between Japan and the U.S. Forces Japan regarding the joint use of Tokyo International Airport," control rights and some facilities will continue to be under the jurisdiction of the U.S. Forces Japan, and at this point some Stayed in return[38].

Also in the same month, it is the world's first jet airlinerDe Havilland DH.106 CometMk.I flew for the first time by British Overseas Airlines, and thenUK OfHeathrow International AirportIn between, and made regular service on the Southern Europe route.

The following year, 1953, Japan AirlinesDouglas DC-6Introduced the first international airline scheduled after World War II by a Japanese airline (Tokyo- Wake island - Honolulu - San Francisco) Has started.

In addition to Japan Airlines for domestic flights,Fuji AirlinesIn addition to the full-scale operation of local routes such as Japan and Peri Air, the sky of Japan was released in addition to the Allied Powers, and Japan's economic situation has recovered sharply from around this time.POAS(1950) andKLM Royal Dutch Airlines(1951 years),Air France(1952)Air India(1955 years),Swiss airline(1957)Cathay Pasific Airlines(1957), such as the start of services, foreign airlines started to service one after another, and the number of international passengers also increased rapidly.

In response to this, in May 1955, prior to full return, a new passenger terminal with modern facilities was opened near the southern end of the current B runway on the west side of the current international terminal. In August of the same year, the old A runway was extended to 5 m.[40], In January 1956Airport maintenance lawDesignated as a first-class airport based on[38].. Then June 1958[38] Was completely returned to[41].

Tokyo Olympics

1960 eraWhen you enter1964 Tokyo OlympicsThe maintenance and expansion of airport facilities for The passenger terminal was expanded (often held after the Tokyo Olympics), and the old A runway was extended to 3,000 m.[41], New construction of old C runway (3150m x 60m)[41],Tokyo MonorailBoarding and freightquarantineThis is the first hotel on the airport premises opposite the passenger terminal due to the expansion of facilities.Haneda Tokyu HotelOpened. By Japan Airlines or foreign airlinesDouglas DC-8,Boeing 707,Conveyor 880Large jet passenger planes such asLufthansa(1961)Garuda Indonesia Airlines(1962), United Arab Airlines (currentEgypt Air, 1962)Aeroflot Airlines(1967), Malaysia-Singapore Airlines (currentMalaysia AirlinesSingapore Airlines, 1968), etc., with a number of new airlines entering the area, and the number of regional routes increased due to the further development of regional airports.

In 1966, it was the world's worst accident at that time as a stand-alone aircraft near the airportAll Nippon Airways Haneda Offshore AccidentOccurs, and one month laterCanadian Pacific Airlines Flight 402 Landing Failure AccidentThere were tragedy such as the occurrence of. Then in 1971 the old B runway extended to 2500 m[41] Then, I saw the former Haneda Airport was completed.

congestion

On the other hand, in 1964TravelingDue to the liberalization, the increase in the size of regional routes and the increasing use of jets,High economic growth periodIn the middle of the mid-1960s, Haneda Airport's facilities had difficulty managing the ever-increasing takeoffs and landings. Although measures were taken to stop the use of the old A runway (15R/33L) near the terminal to make it a parking spot, it was still difficult to deal with the increasing number of passenger planes. Also, due to the suspension of use of the old A runway, it has become virtually impossible to increase departures and arrivals, andBoarding bridgeIn addition to the lack of an installed facility, the congestion at the passenger terminal and the processing capacity of the freight terminal reached their limits, and many voiced requests for a radical solution.

In response to such voice,Ministry of TransportExamined the offshore deployment (further landfill) of Haneda Airport, but with the port civil engineering technology at that time, it was expected that the landfill work required for the offshore relocation would be extremely difficult.US Air ForceYokota Air BaseThere is also a tradeoff with the Tokyo airspace that was managed by196211/16Has opened a second airport in the Tokyo metropolitan areaCabinet decisionWas done. As a result of examination of the candidate site and twists and turns that were carried out after that,19667/4ToChibaInland area (Narita City-Shibayama Town) New Tokyo International Airport (currentlyNarita International Airport, Narita Airport) constructionCabinet decisionIs done.

Transfer of international flights to Narita Airport

In 1970, Pan American Airlines and Japan Airlines had more than twice the number of seats as the Boeing 707 and DC-8 aircraft, which were the main aircraft at the time.Boeing 747To launch a model aircraft,Northwest Airlines,British Overseas Airlines,Air France,KLM Royal Dutch AirlinesOther airlines, such as the one, followed suit, but there were only three spots equipped with boarding bridges, and the situation in which facilities could not be expanded in time for large aircraft in service continued.

Narita Airport (Initial planTomisatoThe location of (Airport) was originally considered and decided on the premise that Haneda Airport will continue to exist, but the Ministry of Transport has proposed a plan to construct a large airport in Tokyo Bay even if Haneda Airport is abolished.Industry Planning CouncilDespite being insane againstVery close to the city center and already equipped with facilities, making it an invaluable presence for domestic airports.The policy was to keep the existing facilities in Haneda and continue to use them in a complementary manner.[42]. But,Narita Airport ProblemDue to the outbreak, the opening of Narita Port was significantly delayed from the originally planned 1971.

Moreover, Japan's high economic growth continued1970 eraIn the middle stage, Japan Airlines launched a Boeing 747 on domestic flights, as well as All Nippon Airways, which operates only domestic flights.Toa Domestic AirlinesAlsoLockheed L-1011 TristarMold machineAirbus A300Mold machine etc.Wide bodyHaneda Airport, which has taken over the air demand in the Tokyo metropolitan area since the aircraft started service, will reach the limit of processing capacity not only for international flights but also for domestic and freight terminals.

And when Narita Airport finally opened on May 1978, 5, it did not relocate to Narita Airport due to diplomatic problems.Republic of China(Taiwan) China Airlines (currentlyChina AirlineAll international flights except) have moved to Narita. After that1990 eraIn the Republic of China, which started service inEVA AirWill also use Haneda Airport. Detail is"International flight statusSee section.

Offshore development business

The former terminal was on the land side of the current location, near the southern end of Runway B. The three runways had Runway B (3/04) on the north side of the terminal, and Runway A (22R / 15L) and Runway C (33L / 15R) on the east side of the terminal. Since the liberalization of overseas travel in 33, the number of aircraft passengers has increased rapidly, the number of flights cannot be increased, and the number of airplanes arriving and departing cannot be handled when international and domestic flights coexist, and aircraft approach each other rapidly in the airspace. There was always something. For this reason,1970 eraThe old A runway was virtually closed and the tarmac was expanded.

The newly established Narita AirportViolent opposition movementDue to the lack of expansion, the processing capacity was saturated only on international flights relocated from Haneda Airport, and there was no room to undertake domestic flights. Furthermore, as domestic flight demand continued to increase sharply, a cramped terminal and two runways Haneda Airport, which was only at that time, soon reached its capacity limit again. The runway was closer to the city than it is today, so there were constant complaints about noise.

For the purpose of improving these airport functions and controlling noise[43] Relocating and expanding airport facilities by reclaiming the eastern sea levelOffshore development business(Common name: Oki Exhibition) Was planned. Already in May 1971Aviation bureauThe "Tokyo International Airport Expansion Planning Committee" was set up inside,Innovation GovernorAt that time known asGovernor of TokyoIsRyokichi MinobeOpposed to the expansion of Haneda, and insisted that it be exclusively for domestic flights, and there were even voices in the local area insisting that the airport be relocated from Haneda instead of expanding. In addition, the Ministry of Transport also decided that it did not want to stimulate opponents of Narita Airport, who insisted that "if Haneda is expanded, Narita is unnecessary," and there was a stagnation for more than 10 years from the start of the investigation. However, against the backdrop of ever-increasing aviation demandShunichi SuzukiCoordination of the offshore exhibition was promoted before and after the change of governor to, and construction started in January 1984.[44][45][46][47].

The reclamation work, which is indispensable for the offshore exhibition, was difficult due to the fragile seabed. "Garbage War DeclarationUnder the Minobe metropolitan government, the site for the offshore exhibitionTokyo PortSince 1975, the dumping of earth and sand has been continued for many years as a waste soil treatment plant to dispose of dredged soil and construction waste soil in the Greater Tokyo Area.sludgeThere were many places where not only heavy machinery but also humans could not enter because it was in a "bottomless swamp state" where the water was deposited.

Since this place was an ultra-soft ground with a moisture content of 100% or more, "(Haneda)" among construction personnelmayonnaiseBegan to be called "layer" (""OshirukoAlso called "layer"[48]), Because it was used for construction related documentsscientific nameHowever, the name was changed due to a protest from the mayonnaise manufacturer later.[49][50].. As a countermeasure, drain water by inserting the plate of the tube assembly deep into the ground, or drain water by constructing a sand pillar deep in the ground as well.Sand drain method, The subsidence groundjack OfhydraulicLift with a special cavityconcreteIt took about 20 years from planning to completion by making full use of the method of solidifying with.[51].

ThisLandfillAll the vast land newly created byOta-kuBecause it was incorporated inSetagayaHas been keeping for many yearsTokyo 23 WardIt was decided to transfer the position of "the largest area in the area" to Ota Ward.

In 1988, the current Runway A was completed 450m east of the former Runway C.

On September 1993, 9, a new domestic terminal building (27st passenger terminal building) with 29 boarding bridges was put into service on a total floor area of ​​approximately 24 square meters, and all except China Airlines. The airline has moved[52].. Japan Airport Terminal, which operates the terminal, is in thisBig Bird It was nicknamed, but today it is also used as a general term for Haneda Airport domestic passenger terminals.

On December 2004, 12, the second passenger terminal building with 1 boarding bridges in a total floor area of ​​about 18 square meters was put into service.[52], All Nippon Airways Group (hereinafter "ANA Group") and Hokkaido Airways (currentlyAIRDO) Domestic business was relocated to the terminal. On December 12, the Japan Airlines Group (hereinafter referred to as the "JAL Group"), which remained in the 21st Passenger Terminal Building, is now being used in addition to the South Wing of the same terminal that was previously used and the North Wing of the ANA Group. Get started. After that, from April 1, 2006, Skynet Asia Airlines (currently) has a business alliance with the ANA Group.Solaseed Air) Has also moved to Terminal 2 and as of October 2017,

  • Terminal 1 is JAL Group, andSky mark,Star flyer(Kitakyushu Line/Fukuoka Line)
  • Terminal 2 is ANA Group, AIRDO, Solaseed Air, Star Flyer (Kansai Line/Yamaguchi Ube Line)

Each is a dedicated terminal. However, even with ANA flight numbers, Star Flyer operatesCode share flightsThe Kitakyushu Line and Fukuoka Line depart and arrive from Terminal 1.

As for the symbol color of each terminal, Terminal 1 is of the JAL Group.Corporate colorIs red, and Terminal 2 is blue, which is the ANA Group corporate color. The JAL Group makes use of the large Terminal 1 for check-in by domestic destination (Service routeSee).

The project was divided into three phases, and ended in April 3 when the second passenger terminal building South Pier 2013-4 spot extension section was completed on the site of the former provisional international terminal building.

  • Phase 1 (January 1984-March 1)
    • A runway relocation/expansion (opened in July 1988)
  • Phase 2 (January 1987-March 9)
    • West Area Passenger (→First Passenger), Cargo Terminal, New Maintenance Site Relocation, New Installation (Opening in September 1)
    • Control Tower / Ministry of Transport (Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism)Aviation bureauBuilding relocation (same as above)
    • New construction of premises road
    • Shuto Expressway Wangan LineExtension (opened in September 1993)
    • Tokyo Monorail Haneda Line (currentlyTokyo Monorail Haneda Airport Line) West Passenger Terminal Building(New) Haneda Airport Station(Current:Haneda Airport Terminal 1 Station) Up to ()
  • Phase 3 (January 1990-March 5)
    • C runway relocation / expansion
      1996Sky dayAs a part of the airport event, the C runway before its opening was opened to the public.
      In service on September 1997, 3[53]..Since then, simultaneous takeoff and landing by two parallel runways has become possible (it was possible to take off and land at the same time on the previous parallel runways).
    • Provisional International Passenger Terminal (Started operation on March 1998, 3)[54]
    • Keikyu Airport LineHaneda Airport Station (currently:Haneda Airport Terminal 1 & 2 Station) (Opened in November 1998)
    • B runway relocation/expansion (Opening in March 2000)
    • Second Passenger Terminal Building (Opening on December 2, 2004)
    • Tokyo Monorail, Haneda Airport Terminal 2 Station (currently:Haneda Airport Terminal 2 Station) (Opened December 2004, 12)
    • Airport access road (opened on December 2004, 12)
    • Expansion of use of the North Wing JAL Group in the 1st Passenger Terminal Building (starting December 2004, 12)
    • 2nd Passenger Terminal Building South Pier (Opened on February 2007, 2. Spots 15-66)[55]
    • 2nd Passenger Terminal Building 4th Parking Lot (P4) Three-dimensional (Started operation on August 2010, 8)
    • South side of Main Building, Terminal 2 (Opening on October 2010, 10)[56][57]
    • Terminal 2 South Pier, Terminal 71 73-2013 spot (opened on April 4, 8)[58][59][60][61]

International charter flights in service

Prior to the opening of the second passenger terminal building, the provisional international passenger terminal building was completed on the south of the second passenger terminal building on March 2, 1998.[62].. Originally used only by China Airlines, China Airlines and EVA Air departed and arrived at Narita Airport as the B runway at Narita Airport began provisional service on April 2002, 4. ..

Along with this, it was held in the same year that the floating slots were utilized.2002 Soccer World Cup Japan-Korea TournamentIt was a route between Japan and Korea accompanying the event.

South KoreaThe capital ofSeoulIn SeoulGimpo AirportAs an international airport in 2001Incheon International AirportIs open. All international flights to and from Gimpo Airport have been relocated to that airport, making Gimpo Airport a virtual domestic airport.

This Incheon International Airport is often told that the destination is “Seoul” internationally, but in reality it is not in Seoul cityIncheonIn addition to existing inside,Directions and ParkingIn these respects, it was very similar to the relationship between Haneda Airport and Narita Airport in Japan.

Therefore, during and around this World Cup, we opened charter flights connecting Haneda Airport and Gimpo Airport, which are located in the capital cities of Japan and South Korea and close to their centers. Since this charter flight was well received, the route was opened in 2003 from the next year in a way that is as close as possible to the regular flight called "Regular Charter Flight".

Furthermore, in 2007, the same regular charter flight system was used for Haneda and the People's Republic of China.Shanghai Hongqiao International AirportDuring the year 2008Hong Kong International AirportBetween 2009 andBeijing Capital International AirportA route was opened between.

B runway high speed departure taxiway

For aircraft landing on Runway B to quickly evacuate from Runway in July 2009High-speed departure taxiwayAnd the taxiway connecting to it was put into service. High-speed departure taxiway means that the aircraft remains relatively high speedParallel taxiwayIt is arranged diagonally to the runway so that it can be moved to, and the runway occupancy time of the lander can be shortened, so that the number of departures and arrivals can be increased and the airport processing capacity can be improved.

In 2009, the number of departing aircraft at Haneda Airport was 1 per hour, and the number of arriving aircraft was 32, which was less, but the arriving aircraft quickly exited the runway, resulting in an arriving aircraft for one hour. It is possible to increase the number of aircraft to 28 per day, which is expected to increase the number of flights to 1 per day. Along with this construction, a taxiway connecting the A and B parallel taxiways was newly established.

Re-expansion business

At Haneda AirportAt rush hourIn the 2s, departure and arrival capacity reached its limit, with departures and arrivals occurring every two minutes, making it difficult to increase flights. Haneda Airport is the only Japanese airport in Japan to allow small aircraft to operate in order to maximize the amount of transportation with limited slots, which results in dissatisfaction with the convenience of local airports in particular. It was rising. Therefore, from September 1990, the Tokyo Metropolitan Area 2000rd Airport Investigation Study Group is considering a plan to respond to an increase in air traffic demand by re-expanding Haneda Airport and installing a third airport in the Tokyo metropolitan area after Haneda and Narita. Was done. As a result of the examinationJapanese GovernmentDecided to prioritize the re-expansion of Haneda Airport, which has an advantage over the establishment of the third airport, on December 2001, 12, and the following projects were carried out.[63].

D runway construction

D runwayKanagawaLeaningTamagawaEstuaryConventional land reclamation and jacket construction method on the sea nearPier[64] Combined,World's firstArtificial islandAnd the pierhybridRunwayWas constructed almost parallel to the existing B runway. The design life of this D runway is set to 100 years[65] Has been done.

There were some restrictions on design, construction, and operation, and countermeasures were taken.

  • TamagawaDo not block the flow of. → The guideway to the south side 1100m and the current airport was made into a jetty so that the flow of the river would not be blocked.
  • Work should be done so as not to interfere with the takeoff and landing of the existing runway. → Large size just below the approach coursecraneConstruction byRestricted surfaceWork that conflicted with was done at night outside the operating hours of the airport, and a work boat with a modified height was also used.
  • Tankers entering and leaving Tokyo Port,FreighterDo not interfere with safe navigation such as. →Tokyo Port Daiichi on the east side of the airportRoutePartly relocated[66].. In addition, during the construction period, the Tokyo Navigation Safety Information Center was established to carry out warnings and other tasks to prevent general vessels from entering the construction area.

Tokyo BayOff the Haneda AirportEdomaeManagoFamous forFishing groundIs. Due to concerns about a decrease in catch due to the impact of runway construction,Fishery cooperativeMinistry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and TourismNegotiations for fishery compensation were difficult. Initially, the ministryCabinet decisionThe company was aiming to start construction around the spring of 2009 toward the start of service at the end of 2006, but as a result, the target could not be achieved. Construction started on March 2007, 3, and a commemorative ceremony for construction was held on May 31 by the parties concerned. As a result of searching for a method to shorten the construction period in order to meet the original plan, the ministry completed it on October 5, 20 and started operation.

At the beginning of the installation plan for this D runway, we planned to build a runway that is completely parallel to the existing B runway, but during south winds and stormy weatherChibaUrayasu cityPassing over the city ofTokyo Disney ResortPassing offshore with a straight line distance of 300 m is considered a problem, and the direction of the runway isclockwiseChanged to 7.5 degrees[67].. With this change, it is located in Kawasaki City, Kanagawa Prefecture.Tokyo Bay Aqua LineFloating islandVentilationpyramidThe upper part of the ornament was removed because the ornamental ornament appeared on the restricted surface.

Due to the maintenance of this runway, the slots will be gradually raised. The shortest outlook for the increase is as follows:[68].

  • Before re-expansion
    Daytime 30.3 times
    (Separately, charter flights, etc. operate during midnight and early morning hours)
  • 2010 (as of October)
    Daytime 33.1 times + late night early morning 4.0 times
    (Of which, international flights are 3 times during the day + 3 times at midnight and early morning)
  • During FY2011: Daytime 35.0 + Late Night Early Morning 4.0
    (All domestic flights are available for 1.9 times during the day)
  • During FY2013: Daytime 40.7 + Late Night Early Morning 4.0
    (However, familiarity with the new operation method including Runway D is a prerequisite. In some cases, there may be a partial increase in the number of slots or a delay in the timing of the increase in the number of slots.)

Incidentally,Airbus A380 TheBackward turbulenceIs large[69]Since it was forced to widen the flight interval with the following aircraft, it was not allowed to board during the daytime.[70].

For domestic flights, increasing the number of slots will allow frequent flights using smaller aircraft. As for international flights, the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism uses the margin after securing slots for arrivals and departures to meet future domestic air demand, and makes about 6 flights a year (short-distance flights and mid/long-haul flights at midnight and early morning hours). Each 3 times, about 1 flights a day) is said to be possible. For international scheduled flights that are generally available, short-haul flights to Seoul andBusan,Taipei,Beijing,ShanghaiSuch. By medium/long haulNorth America,Europe,Southeast AsiaAre major cities such as. Initially, the longest domestic flights to/from HanedaIshigaki AirportBetween 1,200Miles The guideline was for sections within (1,947 km), but the Hong Kong route was opened on April 2008, 4, and it has already exceeded this guideline.

However, in the final report of the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism Growth Strategy Conference on May 2010, 5, the international short-distance business route limited to Asia was abolished, and high demand and business routes including Asian long-distance routes and Europe and the U.S. I changed the rules to allow arrivals and departures[68].. In addition, in order to make this possible, when the slots of 40.7 + 4.0 are achieved, the remaining 5.7 during the daytime, taking into consideration the future growth of domestic and international aviation demand in the Tokyo metropolitan area. Based on the allocation of 3 slots, which is more than half of XNUMX, to international flights.[68].

New control tower

Runway D is quite far from the old control tower,From the old control towerControllerWhen it is visually inspected, the viewing angle specified for safety cannot be partially secured, and it is newly installed.TaxiwayA part of the aircraft is hidden behind the building, and there is a part where the aircraft cannot be visually confirmed. Therefore[Source required]In January 2, a new control tower of 3m, the third (at that time) in the world and the highest in Japan, was newly constructed in the "bus pool" area adjacent to the second parking lot on the southeast side of the old control tower. The operation started on the 116th. As a result, the airfield control room of the old control tower ended its function in 2010 years from the start of operation, but it was not removed even after the new control tower began operation, and it became a backup control tower for backup. In addition, only the air traffic control room and its ancillary facilities will be newly constructed in the new control tower, and the terminal radar control room and the Civil Aviation Bureau will remain in their conventional positions.

In addition, as the arrival and departure capacity increasesGround controlThere is a possibility that it will be saturated with just doing so, apart from ground controlapronIntroducing “lamp control” to control only the district was considered. If it was introduced, it was considered that the former control tower would be used as a "ramp control tower" like the old control tower at Narita International Airport, but it was postponed.

International district

A runway and B runway andRinghachi-doriA new international passenger terminal building, international cargo terminal, apron, etc. will be constructed in the area where the former domestic terminal (until 1993), international terminal (until 1998), and Japan Airlines line maintenance center were located. , As an international districtPFIIt was prepared using the method. The groundbreaking ceremony was held on April 2008, 4, and was completed at the end of July 8.[71]Started operation on October 10, the same year[72][73].. Along with this, the former P10 parking lot was closed on October 12, and the provisional international passenger terminal building was closed on October 5.[74].

The International Passenger Terminal Building consists of a five-story terminal building with a total floor area of ​​approximately 5 square meters (including attached buildings) and a six-story seven-story parking lot (accommodating approximately 15 cars, total floor area of ​​approximately 9000 square meters). ..Airport terminal buildingIsEdoA commercial zone (4th floor "Edokoji") that reproduces the streets of Japan and one of the largest in JapanDuty-free shopWill be installed to secure profits. For the maintenance and operation of the international passenger terminal building, the largest shareholder will be Japan Airport Terminal, which operates the domestic terminal building.Special purpose company"Tokyo International Airport Terminal Co., Ltd. (Tokyo International Airport Terminal Corporation, TIAT)" is implemented by the PFI method.

Only 10 fixed spots and XNUMX open spots were set up, and the passenger terminal building was surrounded by A runway, B runway and XNUMX ring streets, and it was thought that further expansion would be difficult. ,Seiji MaeharaMinister of Land, Infrastructure and TransportIt was also pointed out that the scale was not sufficient to realize the "Haneda Airport International Hub Airport" proposal.

The international cargo terminal has two cargo sheds that process 50 tons per year, a fresh shed,fumigationIt is composed of facilities. Maintenance and operation of the international cargo terminalMitsuiSpecial purpose company established by the groupTokyo International Air Cargo Terminal Co., Ltd. (Tokyo International Air Cargo Terminal LTD, TIACT)” is implemented by the PFI method.

Maintenance of aprons and surrounding roadsTaisei constructionA special purpose company "Haneda Airport International Apron PFI Co., Ltd."

Along with the opening of the international terminal building, the Tokyo Monorail Haneda Line has partially changed the route to access the terminal, and a new station "Haneda Airport International Terminal Station" has been newly established adjacent to the building. Also,Keikyu CorporationHaneda Airport Station is also the airport line- Tenkuhashi StationA new station "Haneda Airport International Terminal Station" was opened in the basement of the terminal building in between, and the name of Haneda Airport Station, which is the closest station to the domestic terminal, was changed to "Haneda Airport Domestic Terminal Station".

Opening of Haneda Airport dock

From the tourism and disaster prevention side, close to the international terminalHaneda Airport WharfOpened.

On the left bank of the Tama RiverSanai OilOwned by a corporationtankerThe berth was taken over, and construction work was carried out to renovate it for passengers from May 2011.[75], Was started in July of the same year. After that, the second-stage construction of the onshore part was carried out, and a waiting room facility was newly established on November 7 of the same year and completed.[76].

Maintenance and expansion after re-expansion

Domestic Terminal 1 maintenance

On November 2011, 11, the renewal construction of the domestic first passenger terminal building was completed.[58][77][78].. The ceiling of the departure lobby on the second floor where the check-in counters are lined up has an opening that takes in natural light, creating a bright atmosphere. In addition, we have significantly expanded the commercial facilities in the restricted area after passing through the security inspection site, and refurbished the rooftop observation deck to update the fence to make the aircraft more visible.[79].

Expansion of international terminals

On October 2009, 10, Seiji Maehara, then Minister of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, moved from a local airport to South Korea.Incheon International AirportThe current situation where the number of overseas trips via Japan is increasing is regarded as a problem. The principle of "inside separation" (Narita Airport for international flights, Haneda Airport for domestic flights) is revised, and Haneda Airport and Narita Airport are operated together to make Haneda Airport available 24 hours a day.Hub airportRevealed the policy to[80][81].. Response to this policy, newly established international passenger terminal building and the extended build-to development has been the north apron towards the prospect of the 2013 fiscal year as nighttime stationed machine field, expansion plans have been put forward to be added to the boarding gate[82][83].

Also for the extension partPFIEstablished as a business, June 2011, 6,Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and TourismTokyo International Air TerminalHas agreed on a renovation and extension of the main building of the International Passenger Terminal Building, a satellite extension of eight fixed spots on the northern apron, an extension of a multi-storey parking lot, and an extension plan of a new hotel.[84][85][86].. In addition, on August 2012, 8, regarding the change of the business contract due to expansion and maintenance such as the addition of international aprons,Kanto Regional Development BureauAnd Haneda Airport International Apron PFI Co., Ltd. signed a change agreement[87].

On March 2014, 3, part of the expanded section went into service. The terminal building is T-shaped and the total area is about 30 m.2From about 23m2Approximately 1.5 times larger, fixed spots (boarding gates) from 10 to 18, check-in counters from 96 to 144, departure security inspection stations increased from 1 to 2[88][89].

On August 2014, 8, the general area of ​​the extension section started operation. Event space, multi-purpose hall, commercial stores such as restaurants and merchandise stores were established.[90].

September 2014, 9, Royal Park Hotel The Haneda (currentlyTHE Royal Park Hotel Tokyo Haneda) opening[91].. In addition to the opening of the hotel,Business jetDedicated gate service started[92].

C Runway extension

2009 year 4 month,政府-Ruling partyDecided to extend the C runway 360m to the southeast (D runway side) to 3,360m in response to long-distance international flights, and to incorporate it into the additional economic measures.[93][94].. This is a measure to enhance the transport capacity of long-haul international flights and enable take-off and landing of large aircraft, and it is possible to increase the size of long-haul international flights in service at midnight and early morning hours.[95].2009Construction was started in mid-season and was scheduled to be completed in 2013.[96][97] However, because it took time to consider measures for waste in the site, the project period increased by about one year, and the facility started operation from December 1, 2014.[98][99][100].

With the start of service, in addition to the D runway currently used mainly for the northward takeoff in the midnight zone, the midnight restriction of the C runway will be relaxed.[1]Also, large passenger aircraft such as the Airbus A380 and Boeing 747 will be able to use the C runway in the middle of the night and early morning. Also, as related construction, at 34RTHE SThe ILS category IIIa will be put into service from August 2015, 8, and the ILS category IIIb will be put into service from January 20, 2016, and a new landing standard for poor visibility has been set. Redundancy was improved.

International flight status

Narita Airport opening

Domestic and international flights to Haneda Airport,1930 eraFrom the beginning of the portJapan Air Transport,Manchurian AirlinesInternational flights were on board.After the warHas become an international hub airport of Japan Airlines as the front door of Japan,1964Held in (39)Tokyo OlympicsAt the peak, there were international flights from all over the world.

However, at the time, the facilities at Haneda Airport were too small to operate domestic flights with fewer flights, so after the Tokyo Olympics, Haneda Airport was replaced.Capital AreaA movement to build a new international airport has begun. AndChibaNarita CityAs a de facto international airport in the metropolitan area,1978(53)5/20At Narita Airport (the original official name wasNew Tokyo International Airport) Opened.

In addition, this New Tokyo International Airport2004(Heisei16 years)4/1からNarita International Airport Co., Ltd.Manage the airport byNew Tokyo International Airport Public Corporation Narita International Airport Co., Ltd.Reorganization and privatization (Special companyAt the same time, the official name was changed to "Narita International Airport" and it continues to the present day.

After opening Narita Airport

New Tokyo International Airport opened in 1978 (Showa 53),Republic of China(Taiwan) airlineChina AirlineAll regular international flights except (China Airlines) moved to Narita Airport, and Haneda Airport became a domestic airport[Note 5].

Even after the opening of Narita Airport, only China Airlines did not move to Narita Airport and departed and arrived at Haneda Airport. The reason for this is1974With Japan in JanuaryPeople's Republic of China OfChinese Communist PartyAt the pre-negotiation seat in the Japan-China Airline Agreement signed with the government,Chinese Communist PartyAlthough the government delegation did not object to the maintenance of routes between Japan and the Republic of China even after the opening of air routes between Japan and China, it is "the flag of the Republic of China.Blue skyI don't feel like getting in at the same time as the Chinese aircraft with the mark." Summarized by the Japanese side in January 1974Foreign affairs-transportationIn both ministry plansChina Civil AviationUses Narita Airport, and China Airlines uses Haneda Airport. Until the opening of Narita Airport, both sides will temporarily use Haneda Airport, but the required time zone will be adjusted. "

However, the Government of the Republic of China did not address the issue regarding the company name and the flag on the aircraft of China Airlines shown in the "Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Transportation" as "a problem between Japan and China". However, I did not make a compromise because I saw it as a problem between the Republic of China and the Chinese. As a result, 24/20Lastly, China Airlines was suspended from Japan[Note 6] But the next19757/1 OfHouse of CouncilorsIn the Foreign Affairs Committee inKiichi MiyazawaIn the same year, the Minister of Foreign Affairs took measures to allow a reply in line with the claims of the ROC side.8/10Was resumed.

Even after the opening of Narita Airport, China Airlines, which departed and arrived at Haneda Airport, enjoyed the positive aspects of being close to the city center, having good airport access, free airport passenger service fees, and good connections with domestic flights. Of the companyTaipeiBy using transit flightsHonoluluAs more and more users go to, the company will enjoy this benefit for a quarter of a century.1989Is a new entrant airline in the Republic of ChinaEVA AirAlso started boarding at Haneda Airport.2002Used early morning and late night slotsGuamAnd charter flights to Asian countries started, but in the same year4/18China Airlines and EVA Air departed and departed from Narita Airport due to the provisional operation of the B runway at Narita Airport. ..

Scheduled charter flights and re-internationalization

It overlaps with the above article,2002Held inJapan-Korea Co-sponsored World CupAt Haneda AirportSeoul OfGimpo International AirportIn the meantime, Japanese and Korean airlines operated charter flights. This charter flight was well received and2003From the daily flights, and can be purchased by individual passengers, tickets are as close as possible to regular flights "scheduled charter flights" Haneda-started the operation of Gimpo flights. After that, the same regular charter flight methodPeople's Republic of China OfShanghai Hongqiao International Airport(2007),Hong Kong International Airport(2008),Beijing Capital International Airport(2009) And the route was opened one after another. From now on,Dalian OfDalian Zhoushuizi International AirportIt is planned to open a shipping route between the city and the northeastern part of the country. Aiming to build

When the D runway is completed in the re-expansion project, the number of slots at Haneda Airport will increase significantly, but part of the increase will be for similar short-distance international flights. In contrast,横 浜 市Is "ASEAN regionInclude within 6000 kilometers including. "

First Abe CabinetLaunchedAsia Gateway ConceptBased on, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism20085/19, By the re-expansion business2010D runway was completed at Haneda AirportLate nightearly morningWe have decided to liberalize the operation of medium- and long-haul international flights only during the hours. He was also Minister of Land, Infrastructure and Transport at the Economic and Fiscal Advisory Council on the 20th.Fuyushiba Tetsuzo"We would like to make it possible to operate international flights from Haneda Airport at 6 o'clock and 22 o'clock, and to realize regular international passenger flights to major cities around the world, including Europe and the United States."

The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism has decided to allocate 11 in the daytime to short-distance international scheduled flights out of the 3 increase in slots due to the completion of the re-expansion project. The ministrynoiseNarita Airport can not operate due to problems etc. From 11:6 pm to 10:7 am (3 pm to 6:2010 am if relay time is included) at midnight and early morning, it is limited to the distance separately from the normal slots It is determined that it is possible to complement Narita Airport by allocating 10 times, which is not available, and making 32 international slots. Furthermore, with the opening of the new international terminal in October XNUMX, regular international flights of airlines other than Taiwan have entered Haneda Airport for the first time in XNUMX years.[101].

On April 2010, 4, the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism's Growth Strategy Council announced priority items for policy proposals for future growth in Japan. Among them, we will expand the number of slots for international flights at Haneda Airport to 13 times and strengthen the "hub function" that serves as a connecting point for domestic and international flights. A policy was included to allocate to international flights and include regular flights to Europe and the United States. Seiji Maehara, who became Minister of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism in September 9, said that about half of the slots, which will increase by about 3 times, will be used for international flights, but it seems that about 2009 more times have been added. On the other hand, at Narita Airport, the direction was set to strengthen the acceptance of cheap airlines, such as by planning the establishment of a terminal exclusively for cheap airlines.

International air freight flights are also permitted,Japan Cargo AirlinesAnnounced in April 2007 that it will operate regular freighter service at midnight and early morning (4 pm-2010 am) after the end of October 10 after the start of D runway operation. After reviewing management in June, it was decided to suspend operations at Haneda Airport for the time being.[102].. Since April 2010Hong Kong AirlinesHas launched a regular charter freighter service.

International flight consultation and agreement after expansion

Since July 2008, the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism and the aviation authorities of each country have announced that they have been discussing and agreeing with international aviation authorities of each country regarding the international flight after Haneda Airport re-expansion.

  • 2008
    • July: With Japan in the midnight and early morning hours after the re-expansion of Haneda AirportMalaysiaAnnounced that both airlines have agreed to set a framework that allows them to operate up to seven flights a week.
    • August: At the Japan-Korea Airlines talks held until the 8th of the same month, after the re-expansion of Haneda Airport in 13, both Japanese and Korean airlines operated a total of 2010 regular flights between Haneda and Gimpo, 1 flights each day. Announced that they have agreed to let them.
    • May : SingaporeAfter the Haneda expansion in 2010,Singapore Changi International AirportHas agreed to establish a new line with.
    • October: After October 10, use the midnight / early morning frame with HanedaFranceThe capital ofParisIt is inCharles De Gaulle International AirportAnnounced that the two airlines in France and Japan have agreed to operate regular non-stop flights once a day. To/from HanedaEuropeIt is the first time since the opening of Narita Airport that the revival of the regular route will be decided. In addition, it is reported that Japanese airlines are considering Japan Airlines[103][104].
    • November: Haneda and the United Kingdom since October 11London Heathrow International AirportAnnounced that the two countries have agreed that the airlines of both Japan and the UK will operate regular direct flights once a day. The return of regular routes to Europe will be the second country after France. Japan Airlines and All Nippon Airways on the Japanese side,British AirwaysVirgin AtlanticIs reportedly motivated to enter service[105].. (But the virgin side did not happen)
  • 2009
    • 2/2 : JapanThailandAs a result of discussions with aviation authorities, with Haneda in the late-night and early-morning frameBangkokAgreement with Japan and Thailand to allow one flight per day[106].
    • 2/9 : Japan/Dutch Aviation Authority and Nichiran Airlines 7 flights a week with HanedaAmsterdamAgreed to be in service with[107].
    • 3/19 : As a result of discussions between Japan and Hong Kong aviation authorities, Haneda-Hong Kong route to Haneda's 4th runway for both Japanese and Hong Kong companies, using 1 flights per day using Haneda's daytime Announced that it has reached an agreement with the number of flights between Narita Airport and Haneda Airport between midnight and early morning hours and Hong Kong, regardless of passenger freight.
    • 4/3 : Japan-German aviation authority agrees to operate up to 4 scheduled flights per day (1 flights per week) between Haneda and Germany after the fourth runway at Haneda is in service[108][109].
    • 4/6 : JapanカナダAmong aviation authorities, both Japanese and Canadian airlines have Haneda Airport and Canadian airports (VancouverOrToronto) And each one (1 flights per week) will be set up a framework that can operate regular flights.
    • October: With HanedaTaipei Songshan AirportReveals agreement with (Taipei) to launch scheduled flights[110].
    • 12/11 : Japan's window to the Republic of China,Exchange AssociationAnd on the ROC sideEast Asia AssociationThe 11th, Haneda-Taipei (Matsuyama) agreed to open a route. As soon as Runway 4 is put into service, a maximum of 1 flights (8 round trips) will be operated daily.
    • 12/12 : Is the capital of the United StatesWashington DCDuring the Japan-US aviation negotiations held inAir Liberalization (Open Sky) AgreementAnnounced that it was agreed. There is no room for departures and arrivals at both Haneda and Narita airportsCrowded airportAs before, the government will continue to decide the number of flights by consultation. It was also agreed that both Japanese and US airlines could set four round-trip passenger routes connecting Haneda and the US airport during the night and early morning hours after the completion of the Haneda Airport re-expansion project in October 2010. Included in the framework of the agreementDistant rightWill also be applied to flights to and from Haneda, and American airlines will be able to operate third countries beyond Haneda.
  • 2010
    • 4/13 : AirAsia XHaneda within the year- Kuala LumpurAnnounced inter-service[111].
    • 5/7 : About the route to Haneda that the US Department of Transportation will be able to enter service after the fall of 10Delta Airlines2 routes to Los Angeles and Detroit,American airlinesNew York Line toHawaiian AirlinesAnnounced that it has approved the Honolulu Line.United airlinesContinental AirlinesAlso applied for the Haneda Line, but both are rejected[112].
    • 5/10 : Singapore AirlinesBy Haneda-officially announced that Singapore flights will be operated by two flights a day.
    • 5/19 : Cathay Pasific AirlinesOfficially announces service plan for Haneda-Hong Kong route.
    • 6/5 : The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism has announced that of the four flights to the United States assigned to Japanese airlines, two flights to Japan Airlines, San Francisco and Honolulu, and two flights to All Nippon Airways, Los Angeles and Honolulu. Approved to enter service. As a result, the number of international flights operated by airlines since October 4 will be the highest on Japan Airlines, with 2 routes and 2 daily flights.[113].
    • 7/6 : The US Department of Transportation has officially decided to allocate a total of 4 direct flights between Haneda Airport and the United States to 2 Delta Airlines, 1 American Airlines, and 1 Hawaiian Airlines. As a result, between October 2010, Haneda Airport-USAviation unionFor other direct flights, Japan Airlines and American Airlines joinOne worldIs the most[114].

Future maintenance plan

Departure / arrival capacity expansion trial calculation

Deregulation of flight over the city center

20146/6, The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism's Conference of ExpertsCity centerOver 6000フ ィ ー ト(About 1800Meters) Is proposed to be deregulated to less than 3000 feet (about 900 meters)[115][116].

By opening the ban for 15 hours from 19:4 to 2.6:XNUMX, which is crowded, it is expected that the number of slots will increase by XNUMX thousand times a year.[115].. There are concerns about noise problems and safety, and it will be realized over the route.Local governmentAnd the understanding of local residents becomes an issue[117].

On July 2016, 7, the Civil Aviation Bureau of the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism discussed the enhancement of the functions of metropolitan airports among related parties such as local governments and airlines.進入開始高度の引き上げや一定条件下での運用時間後ろ倒し、海上ルートの活用など、運用を工夫することで、都心上空での騒音軽減対策を施し都心上空の通過離着陸経路は事実上認められたBy devising operations such as raising the approach start altitude, delaying the operation time under certain conditions, and utilizing the maritime route, noise reduction measures were taken over the city center, and the passage takeoff and landing route over the city center was virtually recognized.[118].

On August 2019, 8, the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism announces the start of operation of a new route from March 8, 20, when the summer 20 timetable begins.[119].. After that, in the morning from August 8th to December, a real flight test was conducted.[120].. In December, a new approach route for south wind operation was announced as a pilot chart, and it became clear that the approach angle was set to a steep angle of 12 degrees from the conventional 3 degrees.

In January 2020IATAThe Asia-Pacific region security officerDelta AirlinesPilots told the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport that they were “strongly concerned” about the approach and landing at 3.45 degrees, and IATA also explained that “no pilot is flying at this angle” at a large airport, and was congested after flying a long distance. He said that there is a risk peculiar to Haneda landing in the area, and that the noise that the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism has set as one of the reasons for setting steep slope approach "is almost ineffective" depending on the weather conditions in each case[121] However, from January 1th to March 30th, actual flight confirmation was carried out using each airline passenger flight operated commercially during the daytime, and it was completed by February 3th, During operation, Delta Air Lines temporarily suspended operations as "safety could not be confirmed in-house",Air canadaOn the first day of operation, it was considered that he temporarily changed his destination to Narita Airport and sailed to Haneda after resuming normal operation, avoiding the new approach route, and the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism said that he had been trying to make it known from December 19. , Proceeded to confirm the preparation status for other ocean voyages, and said "Under consideration" when another method was requested[122] .

However, in March, the Minister of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism and the pilots of Haneda airlines expressed their recognition that there was no problem with the safety of Japan Airlines and All Nippon Airways, and the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism expressed the opinions of both companies as "clear about safety. It was an explanation. "[123]。2020年3月24日、国土交通省は、2月にあった試験飛行の騒音データを分析した結果を公表した。大型、中型、小型に3分類した機体の大きさを踏まえて計19地点、のべ51か所で騒音を測定し、11か所(22%)で想定を1~3Decibel上回り、30か所(59%)で想定と同じ、10か所(20%)で想定を1~4デシベル下回り、3.45度の着陸角度での騒音軽減効果は3.0度での着陸にくらべ平均値で0.1~1.1デシベル低い値だったとし、[124] The operation started on March 3 of the same year.

However, on June 6, the same year, the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism said that there was a request from related local governments to avoid fixing the new route, and decided to avoid fixing the new Haneda route, including the flight management personnel of Japan Airlines and All Nippon Airways. It is said that such a technical policy study meeting will be held.[125].

About Haneda Airport new flightHaneda Airport New FlightIt is described in detail in.

Proposal for extension on the south side of Runway A

At present, runway A and runway B intersect so that they cannot be operated independently, which is one of the factors that limit the landing and landing capacity.

"Analysis of use status and calculation of processing capacity at Haneda Airport" reported by the Japan Airport Engineering Special Committee of the Japan Civil Engineering Association[126] By sliding the A runway (currently crossing the B runway) to the south to enable independent operation, it is said that the departure and arrival capacity will be 43 times/hour (43.7 times/year). ..

In addition, according to the “Future Vision Survey of the Tokyo Metropolitan Area Airport” conducted by the National Institute for Transportation Policy Research, due to the sophistication of related operations such as strategic ordering of departure and arrival equipment, the number of departure and arrival slots is 44.7 times/year, in addition to runway A It is possible to expand the arrival and departure capacity up to 45.8 times/year by extending the south side of the station and 47.8 times/year by reusing the old B runway. In addition, by taking off to the north of Runway A toward Tokyo, the capacity will increase to 48.8 times/year.[127].

5th runway construction recommendations

"Examination of measures to increase processing capacity at Haneda Airport" reported by the Airport Technical Committee of Japan Civil Engineering Association[128] According to the C runway, 760m offshoreClose parallelMethod, or to 1310mOpen parallelIf the runway is constructed using the method, the landing capacity will be 46 times/hour (46.8 times).

In case of open parallel system,Oi-Aomi Pier OfGantry craneIn order to clear the problem of the restricted surface of the first runway, it is necessary to move it to the south side until it intersects the D runway. Therefore, open parallel will have a higher departure and arrival capacity than originally, but because it will not be possible to operate independently with the D runway, it will be almost the same as the close parallel method. If the current airspace restrictions are relaxed, the departure and arrival capabilities will be expanded.

In addition, according to the "Future Field Survey of Tokyo Metropolitan Area Airport" conducted by the National Institute for Transportation Policy, a runway parallel to C runway will be constructed offshore of C runway, and D runway will be extended eastward. Technically, the capacity can be expanded up to 63.0 times. However, in this case, the noise environmental standard is exceeded. On the other hand, it has been confirmed that if the number of arrivals and departures is limited to 56.0 times/year, areas that exceed environmental standards may be almost eliminated.[127].

However, even in this case, it is necessary to use a considerably lower altitude than the current flight altitude above Chiba, such as a straight approach to Runway A or Runway C from the city center and takeoff from Runway B to the west. is there[127].

Kanagawaguchi

From 2004 to 2006, the "Council on the Kanagawaguchi Initiative", which is composed of the Minister of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, Governor of Kanagawa Prefecture, Mayor of Yokohama, and Mayor of Kawasaki, met four times and proceeded to consider proposals from Kanagawa Prefecture and others. It wasKanagawa横 浜 市,Kawasaki CityOf 1 prefecture 2Government-designated cityLocated in the Tama River in line with the re-expansion and internationalization of Haneda AirportShuto Expressway Wangan LineDaishibashiConnect to the airport duringbridgeorUndersea tunnelWith the idea of ​​constructing an airport facility on the opposite bank of the Tama River on the side of Kawasaki City,Isuzu MotorsIt was supposed to use the site of the Kawasaki Factory. In addition to building immigration processing facilities for the international passenger terminal building,Hotel,logisticsEconomical with facilitiesGround subsidenceAdvancesKeihin seaside areaIt was thought to be a catalyst for regeneration.

Ota Ward, Tokyo, strongly opposed this Kanagawaguchi concept, but "In the midst of intensifying competition in international hub airports of Asian cities, Japan's Haneda Airport is one of the keys to win it. , It may or may not be possible to establish the Kanagawaguchi concept, which has air-related facilities and hotels, etc."[129] There is also.

20149/8At the first meeting of the "Haneda Airport Area/Keihin Waterfront Coordination Promotion Committee," the government announced that it would connect the Haneda Airport with Kawasaki City.Undersea tunnelWill be established[130][131].. Kawasaki City's 15-year wish has come true[132].

20155/18At the second meeting of the "Haneda Airport Area/Keihin Coastal Area Cooperation Enhancement Promotion Committee", which was held in Tokyo, regarding the location of maintenance such as the Haneda connecting bridge, "A new bridge connecting both districts to the central part of Tonomachi district in Kawasaki ward ( 2 lanes)"[132][133].

However, as of 2017, regarding the area on the Kawasaki City side (the site of the Isuzu factory)King sky frontAs a result, the establishment of an airport-related facility for general customers is practically difficult (although some commercial facilities such as ANA's catering center) Is provided). Therefore, for new airport facilities, a plan to establish accommodation facilities on the Ota Ward side of the Haneda connecting bridge is being considered.[134].

2017On January 1, the Tokyo Metropolitan Government obtained the city planning business license and announced that it started the business.[135][136].

September 2017, 9, ``Haneda connecting roadGroundbreaking ceremony was held in Tonomachi district of Kawasaki city[137].

On-site tunnel

A new one-lane "Kuchinai Tunnel" connecting both international and domestic terminals. Avoid security checks during transit and improve convenience for transit. Starting from the vicinity of the international cargo terminal, cross the underground of Runway A in a shield tunnel and reach the vicinity of Japan Airlines First Technical Center. Construction will begin in FY1 and will be completed by the end of May 2015.[138]

Facility

Runway

RunwayIs the following four. A runway and C runway are parallel runwaysOpen parallel arrangementThus, it is possible to take off and land at the same time. On runway B and runway D when the south wind is fineLDA Simultaneous approach using (Localizer-Type Directional Aid) is performed.

directionLength/widthTakeoff and landing applications in the daytime zoneTHE S
Installation location
Remarks
Runway A16R / 34L3000 m× 60 mFor north wind landing and south wind takeoff16R / 34L side
B runway04/222500 m x 60 mFor landing in south wind22 side
C runway16L / 34R3360 m x 60 m[1]For takeoff and landing in the north wind and for takeoff in the south wind16L / 34R sideILS category is IIIb
D runway05/232500 m x 60 mFor takeoff in north wind and landing in south wind23 sideILS localizer offset is 2.0 degrees

As a general rule, the takeoff and landing applications in the above table are for the daytime zone (from 6:11 am to 11:6 pm). At midnight (XNUMX pm to XNUMX am), runways C and D are used preferentially, and runway A and runway B are prioritized only when these are not available.[139]

Regarding Runway B, it was positioned as a crosswind landing runway before the runway D was put into service.[67] However, with the start of service of the runway D in October 2010, it is being used together with the runway D for landing in the south wind.[67][140].. The orientation of Runway B and Runway D is 7.5 degrees different[67] It is close to parallel.

Passenger terminal

Terminal shuttle bus
Keihin Kyuko Bus H4669 Haneda Airport Terminal Shuttle (1-2-3) Blue Ribbon Hybrid.jpgKeihin Kyuko Bus H3472 Haneda Airport Terminal Shuttle (1-2) BRC Hybrid.jpg
Coloring adopted in 2020

Terminal 1、Terminal 2、Terminal 3Airport terminal buildingThere is. Located underground between Terminals 1 and 2.Moving walkway,Haneda Sky ArchYou can move on the sidewalk.

Keikyu Express BusBetween free airport terminal buildings operated byConnecting bus(Operates from 5:00 to 24:00) has two patterns. To communicate between Terminals 2 and 1, use the free shuttle bus marked T2-T1 in red with yellow belt. For communication between Terminals 2 and 1 and Terminal 2, use the free shuttle bus labeled T3-T1-T2 on the yellow-green body. However, it is necessary to pay attention to the guidance broadcast and the bus display board because there are cases where the bus is operated by a regular fixed-route bus or the operation is stopped at the terminal on the way due to the change of crew or vehicles. In addition, as for the free shuttle bus terminal, the 3st terminal is the arrival floor 1th, the 8nd terminal is the arrival floor 2th, and the 9rd terminal is 3th. In addition, Keikyu Airport LineTokyo Monorail Haneda Airport LineIt is also possible to connect between Terminals 1 and 2 and Terminal 3 at (Distributing a free boarding ticket only when connecting between domestic and international flights).

Passenger Terminal 1

  • Departure / arrival airlines: JAL Group / SKY / SFJ
  • Total floor area: 29 square meters[141][142], 24 boarding bridges[52]

In service on September 1993, 9[143].. 1 basement floor, 5 floors above ground, partly 6 floors main building and 3 locations north and south of the centerWingConsists of[142].. It was designed to meet the annual passenger demand of 4300 million people, and its size was unprecedented in the world at that time.[144].. Therefore, we aimed to be a facility that is simple, easy to understand, and easy to use.[145][146].

Based on the conclusion that it is enough to express that the appearance is functioning as a terminal building, the functions are summarized as a "lump" and the materials and colors are simplified.[147].. As for the material, tiles are used in consideration of maintenance and weather resistance.[147].

Since it faces the west side for a long time, we adopted a heat ray absorption type window glass to reduce the burden of air conditioning.[147].. To enhance the impression from the approach road, the southern and northern parts of the building are transformed by the composition of glass and metal panels.[147].. Inside the building, the consolidation of each facility and its arrangement are divided into blocks.[145].

また、4つの吹抜けがあり、中央のシースルーエレベーターのある部分に、地下1階から5階までの5層の吹抜けが、建物中央部にある店舗の集合する部分に2階から6階までの4層の吹抜けが、2階出発ロビーから5階までは4層の吹抜けが、2階から3階までは「アルカイダ」という2層の吹抜けがある[142].. A bright and open space is realized by providing a skylight at the top of the atrium to let in natural light.[142].. As a result, good visibility and a feeling of openness are realized.[142].

All columns are 12x12 meters, and there is no step on the floor of each floor.[146].. Similar to terminal facilities such as Osaka International Airport, Narita International Airport (Terminal 1), New Chitose Airport, etc., it is composed of commercial facilities in which stores are concentrated with the central part of the building as a commercial section.マ ー ケ ッ ト プ レ イ スIt is. On the first basementfood court"" for the area, "Marketplace for the area" GalleriaIs named[142].

Galleria is a department store that sells apparel brands (MitsukoshiTakashimaya)ofboutiqueSmall shop, luxury orientedRestaurantEtc. are moving in, just likeDepartment storeThe interior is like this. The scale isYurakucho MarionIs as large as[146].. In addition, "GinzaYou can shop without going to"[146].

On the first floorfountainThere is a plaza, which is used as a meeting place and rarely used as an event venue for live shows and talk shows. There are banquet halls and conference rooms on the 6th floor for general meetings and meetings.a wedding ceremonyIt is possible to hold. There is also an entrance to the observation deck. In addition, on the first floor in April 2012capsule hotel(Compared to a normal capsule hotel,first class"First Cabin Haneda Terminal 1" opened[148].

The departure lobby is on the 2nd floor and the arrival lobby is on the 1st floor[146].. The check-in counter in the departure lobby is required to have the visibility so that passengers can easily grasp the target counter.[147].. For that reason, measures such as eliminating pillars and installing display signs and information centers have been implemented.[146].. Security gates are distributed in 7 locations[147].. The old terminal was chronically crowded, but this terminal has been cleared except during peak hours and when group passengers pass by.[147].

In addition, it has a gate-shaped design so that it can be easily recognized as an entrance to the restricted area.[146].. The maximum distance from the security gate to all boarding gates is within 300 meters.[147].. To reduce walkingMoving walkwayIs installed[147].. The floor is carpeted[147].

On the 2th floorConcourseThe boarding bridge connecting to is a gate-shaped, consisting of fixed and movable parts[147].wheelchairInclination is kept below 1/12 in consideration of passengers and senior citizens[147].. In the center of the lobby, there is a "Meeting Square" with monuments, making it easy to pick up and meet.[146].

In Terminal 1, the departure and arrival flow lines are not separated.After leaving the departure waiting area from the boarding gate, the arriving passenger goes down the arrival-only stairs to the arrival exit on the 1st floor.For this reason, passengers connecting between Terminal 1 will head to the next boarding gate immediately after disembarking.

In addition to cars at Haneda AirportPublic transportIt is considered that a high percentage of passengers use the airport, especially at airportsTokyo Monorail Haneda Airport LineKeikyu Airport LineTo make the connection withFlow lineWas one of the major themes of the plan[145].. Therefore, in order to make it easy to move from the ticket gate on the first basement floor to each floor, we installed up and down flow lines at four locations north and south of the center, and see-through in front of the monorail station.エ レ ベ ー タ ーWe have installed an escalator that connects the departure lobby on the 2nd floor and the arrival lobby on the 1st floor directly and a transfer escalator on each floor.[145].

In addition, from the time of planning, when the second passenger terminal was completed, it was possible to connect on the first basement floor.[142].. The road in front of the terminal adopted a double deck structure for the first time in Japan[145].. The road is divided into two layers, with the upper layer facing the departure lobby and the lower layer facing the arrival lobby.[145].. This deck is treated as a civil engineering structure.[147].

There are two parking lots, P1 and P2, in the north and south, and can accommodate approximately 2 cars.[145].. It is designed so that you can access the inside of the terminal smoothly without getting wet with rain through the connecting bridge installed on the 3rd floor and the lifting line connected to the connecting bridge.[145].

Passenger Terminal 2

  • Departure / arrival airlines: ANA Group / ADO / SNA
  • Total floor area: Approximately 26 square meters, 5290 boarding bridges[141][149][150][151]

In service on December 2004, 12. At the beginning of service, the upper part of the northern pier and the southernmost part of the upper layer is a glass-filled colonnade (1 stories,Metro hat(Similar in shape to), and the commercial area "Marketplace" is concentrated on each floor of the atrium.

After that, the construction of the South Pier was promoted on the south side of the atrium, and the service started in October 2010, so that the atrium will be located in the center of the building, similar to Terminal 10. In addition to regular commercial facilities, in North PierHaneda Excel Hotel TokyuBut in the South PierEisei Bunko(Kumamoto DomainLordHigo Hosokawa family"Discovery Museum", a museum that mainly exhibits some of the collections of the museum (which preserves and exhibits the works of art collected and preserved)[152] There is.

In Terminal 2, the departure passenger flow line and the arrival passenger flow line are separated, and the departure passenger goes down the slope from the 2nd floor to board, the arrival passenger gets off the slope after getting off, and the passage on the mezzanine floor goes to the arrival exit. Head. When connecting between Terminals 2, go up to the 2nd floor after passing through the ticket gate in the middle of the exit passage.[153].. The farthest boarding gate from the security gate is about 740 meters away, and it takes about 10 minutes, and the security inspection deadline has been advanced from December 2018 due to the increase in passengers and terminal expansion to the boarding gate.[154].

With the increase in international flights, construction work to expand the south side of the terminal began in October 2017 in order to make part of this terminal compatible with international flights. The tarmac will have 10 spots for international flights (7 spots will be shared within the border), CIQ (customs, immigration, quarantine) facilities and duty-free shops will be newly established, and will be operated 5 hours a day on March 2020, 3. Opened. However, immediately after openingCOVID-19 epidemicDue to the drastic reduction of international flights due to this, the international flight facilities were closed from April 4 of the same year, and international flights are being concentrated again in Terminal 11.[155].

In addition, since the operation at open spots away from the terminal will increase due to the extension work, from May 2018, "Boarding Station" equipped with PBB (boarding bridge) and escalators at 5 spots near Runway C on the north side of the terminal ( 3/503/504 spots) installed[156].. Furthermore, from December of the same year, a three-story satellite (12-3 boarding gate) with three boarding gates was put into service at three spots in front of the east cargo area on the opposite side of the boarding station on the north side of the terminal.[157].. This satellite is normally operated exclusively for ANA and Group domestic flights,During the outbreak of the new coronavirus in early 2020In ChinaWuhanWhen operating a charter aircraft from Japan, it was possible to completely separate the flow line from general customers, so CIQ staff was specially dispatched and chartered.[158].

Passenger Terminal 3

  • Total floor area: Approximately 23 square meters (including supply and processing facility building), 6000 boarding bridges

In service on September 2010, 10[72][141].. Unlike the domestic terminal building, it is in service 24 hours a day, and some stores are open 24 hours a day. On the 4th floor of the general area, there is a shop design with a strong Japanese color as "Edokoji". Opened in Terminals 1 and 2McDonald's,StarbucksIs not in this terminal. Initially in service, it was an "international passenger terminal" (abbreviation: international terminal), but it was changed to its current name on March 2, 2020 due to the opening of international facilities in Terminal 3.[159].

Freight terminal

It has a west cargo area and an east cargo area, and is located on the north side of Terminals 1 and 2. It can be accessed from both terminals by the airport circulation bus. In October 2010, a new international cargo terminal was opened.

VIP facility

Japanese Government MachineincludingGovernment machineGovernment to use etc.Important person,royal-Royal family,State guestEtc., so-calledVIPIs availableGuest roomAnd, there is a parking spot dedicated to dedicated aircraft next to the East Cargo District. There is no boarding bridge and a ramp is used. There is also a dedicated roadway and gate that connects directly to the general road, but for security reasons, when passing through this road, the surrounding roads (Shuto Expressway No. 1 Haneda Line) May be temporarily closed (requested to detour) without notice. When VIP boarding at this parking spot,SniperI want a parking spot to preventAirport loungeSecurity guards are assigned to such places, and curtains are put down on the windows. Carlos GhosnDefendant'sKIXAfter leaving the country without permission, inspection at the time of boarding was obligatory.[Source required]

Facilities for private aircraft

Small aircraft for sightseeing are not allowed, but are owned by companies or individualsBusiness jetThere are about 3 spots dedicated to private planes such as those in Terminal 10 and N district. The user can use the dedicated gate and use the dedicated flow line that is not visible to general passengers. As of 2014, about 2300 flights are used annually, and most of them are international flights.[160].

Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and TourismIn recent years, has relaxed the conditions for accepting business jets from Japan and overseas, and is proceeding with the development of an acceptance environment, such as making it possible to arrive and depart at any time if there is a vacancy in the slots, and to accept procedures on the day of arrival and departure.[161].

Airline facilities

  • Japan Airlines (hangar, maintenance facility, training facility)
  • All Nippon Airways (Hangar / Maintenance)
  • Skymark (Headquarters / Hangar / Maintenance / Training Facility)

Haneda Airport Wharf

There is a dock at Haneda Airport near the international terminal.Opened as one of the re-expansion businessWas done.

Pleasure boats arrive and depart around the airport, and from July 2013Tourist steamship industryOperates a reserved water taxi "limousine boat" to Tokyo (Shibaura, Nihonbashi, Toyosu, Asakusa)[162].

Institution with facilities

Old maintenance area (Maintenance station) Has the following offices and hangars.

Passenger handling facility usage fee

Domestic Terminal

Collection started on April 2005, 4. At that time, it was 1 yen for adults.

  • Departure/Arrival Adults 290 yen Children 140 yen[163]
International Terminal

Collection started on April 2010, 10. At that time, it was 21 yen for adults.

  • Departure passengers: Adults 2,570 yen Children 1,280 yen[164]
  • Passengers: Adults 1,280 yen Children 640 yen[164]

Haneda National Strategy Special Zone

Haneda areaNational Strategic Special ZoneA development project is underway that takes advantage of the proximity to the international airport.Tenkuhashi StationThe Haneda Innovation City opened in July 2020 at the old terminal directly connected to.Self-driving carAnd a research center for advanced medicine, large-scale conferences and exhibition halls, etc.[165].. In the area adjacent to the international terminal,Sumitomo Real EstateCompleted "Haneda Airport Garden" such as a hotel[166].

Hub airports (base airports), airlines that are the focus airports

The following airlines operate this airportHub Airport (or Focus Airport)And

Service route

Passenger flight

Haneda Airport boasts Japan's largest passenger transportation, and in terms of passenger transportation by route in 2018, Haneda-New Chitose has the largest number of approximately 905 million, and second is Haneda-Fukuoka with 872 million. Detail isPassenger transport results by routeSee.

Domestic flights

Terminal 1 North Wing
AirlinesDestination
Japan Airlines (JAL) (OW) [167]
[Hokkaido region]
Memanbetsu,Asahikawa,Kushiro,Obihiro,Sapporo/New Chitose,Hakodate
[Tohoku region]
Aomori,Misawa,Akita,Yamagata
[Chubu region]
Nagoya/Chubu,(I.e.
【Kinki】
Osaka/Itami,Osaka/Kansai,Nanki Shirahama
Sky mark (SCI) Sapporo/New Chitose,Kobe,Fukuoka,Nagasaki(Via Kobe),Kagoshima,Okinawa/Naha,Miyako/Shimojima
South Wing of Passenger Terminal 1
AirlinesDestination
Japan Airlines (JAL) (OW) [168]
[Chugoku region]
Okayama,Hiroshima,Yamaguchi Ube,Izumo
[Shikoku region]
Tokushima,Takamatsu,Matsuyama,Kochi
[Kyushu/Okinawa region]
Kitakyushu, Fukuoka, Nagasaki,Oita,Kumamoto,Miyazaki,Kagoshima,Amami, Okinawa/Naha
Japan Transocean Air (JTA) (OW) [169]Miyako / Miyakojima,Ishigaki,Kumejima(Mid July-operates only in September)
Star flyer (SFJ)[170]Kitakyushu, Fukuoka, Osaka / Kansai, Ube Yamaguchi
Passenger Terminal 2
AirlinesDestination
All Nippon Airways (ANA) (SA)[171]
[Hokkaido region]
Wakkanai,Monbetsu[172],Nakashibetsu,Kushiro,Sapporo/New Chitose,Hakodate
[Tohoku region]
Odate Noshiro,Akita,Shonai
【Kanto region】
Hachijojima
[Chubu region]
Nagoya/Chubu,Toyama,(I.e.,Noto
【Kinki】
Osaka/Itami,Osaka/Kansai,Osaka/Kobe
[Chugoku region]
Okayama,Hiroshima,Iwakuni,Yamaguchi Ube,Tottori,Yonago,Hagi/Iwami
[Shikoku region]
Takamatsu,Matsuyama,Kochi,Tokushima
[Kyushu/Okinawa region]
Fukuoka,佐賀,Nagasaki,Oita,Kumamoto,Miyazaki,Kagoshima,Okinawa/Naha,Miyako / Miyakojima,Ishigaki
Solaseed Air (SNJ) [170]Miyazaki, Nagasaki, Oita, Kumamoto, Kagoshima
AIRDO (ADO) [170]Memanbetsu,Asahikawa, Kushiro,Obihiro, Sapporo/New Chitose, Hakodate

International flights

Passenger Terminal 2
Due to the impact of the COVID-19 epidemic, all Nippon Airways' international flight operations at Terminal 2 will be suspended indefinitely (consolidated at Terminal 3).[155], All Nippon Airways terminal allocation is expected to be reviewed every time[173]
AirlinesDestination
Japanese flag All Nippon Airways (NH) (SA)
[East Asia]
Beijing / Capital,Qingdao, Taipei/Songshan
【Southeast Asia】
Ho Chi Minh City,Singapore,Jakarta
[Middle East]
(IstanbulIs undecided)
【North America】
New York/JFK,Los Angeles,Seattle,Houston/Intercontinental,Washington DC/Dulles,Vancouver 
【Europe】
Paris/Charles de Gaulle, London/Heathrow,Frankfurt,Munich,Vienna
[Oceania Pacific]
Sydney
Passenger Terminal 3
AirlinesDestination
Japanese flag Japan Airlines (JL) (OW)
[East Asia]
Beijing/Capital,Shanghai/Hongqiao,Shanghai/Pudong,Guangzhou,Dalian,Seoul/Gimpo,Taipei/Songshan,Hong Kong
【Southeast Asia】
Manila,Ho Chi Minh City,Bangkok/Suvarnabhumi,Singapore
[South Asia]
Delhi
【North America】
New York/JFK,San Francisco,Chicago/O'Hare,Dallas/Fort Worth,Los Angeles
【Europe】
Paris/Charles de Gaulle,London/Heathrow,Helsinki,Moscow/Sheremetyevo
[Oceania Pacific]
Sydney,Honolulu
Japanese flag All Nippon Airways (NH) (SA)
[East Asia]
Shanghai/Hongqiao, Shanghai/Pudong, Guangzhou, Seoul/Gimpo, Hong Kong
【Southeast Asia】
Manila, Bangkok/Suvarnabhumi,Kuala Lumpur
[South Asia]
Delhi
【North America】
Chicago/O'Hare,San Jose,San Francisco
[Oceania Pacific]
Honolulu
Japanese flag Peach Aviation (MM) ★ Seoul/Incheon,Taipei/Taoyuan, Shanghai/Pudong
Republic of China flag China Airline (CI) (ST) Taipei/Songshan
Republic of China flag EVA Air (BR) (SA) Taipei/Songshan
Republic of China flag Tiger Air Taiwan (IT) ★ Taipei/Taoyuan
Republic of Korea flag Korean Air (KE) (ST) Seoul / Gimpo, Seoul / Incheon
Republic of Korea flag Asiana Airlines (OZ) (SA) Seoul / Gimpo, Seoul / Incheon
Flag of the People's Republic of China Air China (CA) (SA) Beijing/Capital
Flag of the People's Republic of China China Eastern Airlines (MU) (ST) Shanghai/Hongqiao, Shanghai/Pudong,Beijing / Daxing (New service from March 2020, 3)
Flag of the People's Republic of China China Southern Airlines (CZ) Guangzhou,Beijing / Daxing(New service from March 2020, 3)
Flag of the People's Republic of China Hainan Airlines (HU) Beijing/Capital
Flag of the People's Republic of China Shanghai Airlines (FM) (ST) Shanghai/Hongqiao, Shanghai/Pudong
Flag of the People's Republic of China Juneyao Airlines(HO) (SA) Shanghai/Pudong
Flag of the People's Republic of China Tianjin Airlines (GS) Tianjin
Flag of the People's Republic of China Okukai Airlines (BK) Tianjin
Flag of the People's Republic of China Shandong Airlines (SC)Jinan
Flag of the People's Republic of China Spring and Autumn Air (9C) ★ Shanghai/Pudong
Hong Kong flag Cathay Pasific Airlines (CX) (OW) Hong Kong
Hong Kong flag Hong Kong Express Airlines (UO) ★ Hong Kong
Philippines flag Philippine Airlines (PR) Manila
Vietnam flag Vietnam Airlines (VN) (ST) Hanoi
Vietnam flag Vet jet air (VJ) ★ Danang
Kingdom of Thailand flag Thai Airways (TG) (SA) Bangkok/Suvarnabhumi
Indonesian flag Garuda Indonesia (GA) (ST) Jakarta
Singapore flag Singapore Airlines (SQ) (SA) Singapore
Malaysia flag AirAsia X (D7) ★ Kuala Lumpur
Australian flag Qantas (QF) (OW) Sydney,Melbourne (New service from March 2020, 3)
United States flag American airlines (AA) (OW)Los Angeles, Dallas/Fort Worth
United States flag Delta Airlines (DL) (ST)Los Angeles,Minneapolis, Detroit, Atlanta, Portland, Seattle, Honolulu
United States flag United airlines (UA) (SA)San Francisco, Los Angeles,New York/Newark, Washington / Dulles, Chicago / O'Hare
Hawaii State Flag Hawaiian Airlines (HA)Honolulu,Kona
Canadian flag Air Canada (AC) (SA)Toronto
United Arab Emirates flag Emirates Airlines (ADDITIONAL)Dubai
Qatar flag Qatar Airways (QR) (OW)Doha
Turkish flag Turkish Airlines (TK) (SA)Istanbul
British flag British Airways (BA) (OW)London/Heathrow
French flag Air France (AF) (ST)Paris/Charles de Gaulle
German flag Lufthansa (LH) (SA)Frankfurt, Munich
Swedish flagNorway flagDanish flag Scandinavian Airlines (SK) (SA)Copenhagen(Departure date undecided)
Finnish flag Finnair (AY) (OW)Helsinki (scheduled for new service from November 2020)
Russian flag Aeroflot Russian Airlines (SU) (ST)Moscow/Sheremetyevo
Russian flag S7 Airlines (S7) (OW)Vladivostok

Freighter

AirlinesDestination
Japanese flag ANA Cargo(NH) Sapporo/New Chitose,Osaka/Kansai,佐賀,Okinawa/Naha
Republic of Korea flag Air Incheon (K J) Seoul/Incheon
Republic of China flag EVA Air Cargo (BR) Taipei/Taoyuan
Hong Kong flag Hong Kong Airlines Cargo (HX) Hong Kong(Regular charter flights)

Destination city

Domestic flights

As a general rule, only the arrival city name (link destination is the arrival airport) is described, but if there are two or more airports in the same city area or the airport name does not include the arrival city name, "city name/airport" Describe in the form of "name".

* IsNarita International AirportAirport with flights

International flights

Scheduled to start service and resume operations

International flights

  • Japanese flag Japan Airlines: From March 2020, 3ChicagoScheduled to operate one line a day[174]
  • Japanese flag Japan Airlines: From March 2020, 3DallasScheduled to operate one line a day[174]
  • Japanese flag Japan Airlines: From March 2020, 3Los AngelesScheduled to operate one line a day[174]
  • Japanese flag Japan Airlines: From March 2020, 3HonoluluScheduled to enter service with 1 additional flights per day[174]
  • Japanese flag Japan Airlines: From March 2020, 3HelsinkiScheduled to operate one line a day[174]
  • Japanese flag Japan Airlines: From March 2020, 3Moscow/SheremetyevoScheduled to operate one line a day[174]
  • Japanese flag Japan Airlines: From March 2020, 3SydneyScheduled to operate one line a day[174]
  • Japanese flag Japan Airlines: From March 2020, 3DelhiScheduled to operate one line a day[174]
  • Japanese flag Japan Airlines: From March 2020, 3DalianScheduled to operate one line a day[174]
  • United States flag Delta Air Lines: From March 2020, 3DetroitScheduled to operate one line a day[175]
  • United States flag Delta Air Lines: From March 2020, 3AtlantaScheduled to operate one line a day[175]
  • United States flag Delta Air Lines: From March 2020, 3SeattleScheduled to operate one line a day[175]
  • United States flag Delta Air Lines: From March 2020, 3PortlandScheduled to operate one line a day[175]
  • United States flag Delta Air Lines: From March 2020, 3HonoluluScheduled to operate one line a day[175]
  • United States flag American Airlines: From March 2020, 3DallasScheduled to operate one line a day[176]
  • United States flag United Airlines: From March 2020, 3ChicagoScheduled to operate one line a day[177]
  • United States flag United Airlines: From March 2020, 3New York/NewarkScheduled to operate one line a day[177]
  • United States flag United Airlines: From March 2020, 3WashingtonScheduled to operate one line a day[177]
  • United States flag United Airlines: From March 2020, 3Los AngelesScheduled to operate one line a day[177]
  • Italian flag Alitalia: From March 2020, 3RomeScheduled to operate one line a day[178]
  • Finnish flag Finnair: From March 2020, 3HelsinkiScheduled to operate one line a day[179]
  • Russian flag Aeroflot Russian Airlines: From March 2020, 3Moscow/SheremetyevoScheduled to operate one line a day[180]
  • Russian flag S7 Airlines: From March 2020, 3VladivostokScheduled to operate one line a day[181]
  • Australian flag Qantas: From March 2020, 3MelbourneScheduled to operate one line a day[182]
  • Turkish flag Turkish Airlines: From March 2020, 3IstanbulScheduled to operate one line a day[183]
  • Japanese flag All Nippon Airways: From March 2020, 3San JoseScheduled to operate one line a day[184]
  • Japanese flag All Nippon Airways: From March 2020, 3SeattleScheduled to operate one line a day[184]
  • Japanese flag All Nippon Airways: From March 2020, 3HoustonScheduled to operate one line a day[184]
  • Japanese flag All Nippon Airways: From March 2020, 3WashingtonScheduled to operate one line a day[184]
  • Japanese flag All Nippon Airways: From March 2020, 3DelhiScheduled to operate one line a day[184]
  • Japanese flag All Nippon Airways: From March 2020, 3Ho Chi Minh CityScheduled to operate one line a day[184]
  • Japanese flag All Nippon Airways: From March 2020, 3San FranciscoScheduled to operate three flights a week[184][185]
  • Japanese flag All Nippon Airways: From March 2020, 3QingdaoScheduled to operate one line a day[184][185]
  • Flag of the People's Republic of China China Eastern Airlines: From March 2020, 3Beijing / DaxingScheduled to operate one line a day[186]
  • Flag of the People's Republic of China China Southern Airlines: From March 2020, 3Beijing / DaxingScheduled to operate one line a day[187]
  • Swedish flagNorway flagDanish flag Scandinavian Airlines: From March 2020, 3CopenhagenScheduled to operate one line a day[188]

Scheduled to increase / decrease / suspend / other changes

International flights

Airlines that used to operate on regular flights

Existing company

Non-existent company

Suspended/Abolished routes

Domestic flights

* IsNarita International AirportThere is a flight

International flights

List of suspended / abandoned routes by airline

International flights

AirlinesDestination
Japanese flag Japan Airlines (JL) (OW) Busan,Calcutta,Mumbai / Santa Cruz,Karachi,Baghdad,Abu Dhabi,Beirut,Guam,Wake,Anchorage,Seattle/Tacoma,Miami,Sao Paulo/Villa Coppos,Rio de Janeiro/Galleon,Athens,Zurich,Amsterdam,Hamburg,Rome/Fiumicino,Milan/Malpensa,Copenhagen,Cairo,Nadi,Auckland
Japanese flag Japan Asian Airlines (EG) (OW) Taipei/Songshan,Kaohsiung,Hong Kong/Enlightenment
Japanese flag Japan Airlines Shinkyo,Fengtian,Nanjing,Shanghai,Guangzhou,Beijing,Dalian,Manila,Saigon,Hanoi,Bangkok/Don Mueang,Shonan/Selector
Republic of Korea flag Korean Air (KE) (ST) Busan
Republic of Korea flag Asiana Airlines (OZ) (SA) Busan
Republic of China flag China Airline (CI) (ST) Taipei/Taoyuan,Honolulu
Republic of China flag EVA Air (BR) (SA) Taipei/Taoyuan
Republic of China flag V air (ZV) Taipei/Taoyuan[190]
Republic of China flag Civil Air Transport Company Taipei/Songshan
Flag of the People's Republic of China Air China(CA) Shanghai/Hongqiao,Beijing/Capital
Flag of the People's Republic of China China Southern Airlines(CZ)(ST) Guiyang
Hong Kong flag Cathay dragon airlines (KA) (OW)Hong Kong[197]
South Vietnam flag Air Vietnam Hong Kong/Keitoku, Saigon
Kingdom of Thailand flag Air siam Bangkok/Don Mueang, Honolulu
Malaysia flag Malaysia Airlines (MH) (OW) Kota Kinabalu[189]
Indonesian flag Garuda Indonesia (GA) (ST) Denpasar[194]
Indian flag Air India (AI) (SA) Hong Kong/Keitoku, New Delhi, Calcutta
Pakistan flag Pakistan International Airlines (PK) Beijing/Capital, Bangkok/Don Mueang, Karachi
Iran flag Iran Air (IA) Tehran
Iraqi flag Iraqi Airlines (IQ) Baghdad, Bangkok/Don Mueang
United States flag Pan American Airlines (PA) Hong Kong/Keitoku, Taipei/Matsuyama,Seoul/Gimpo, Shanghai / Hongqiao, Beijing / Capital, Manila, Saigon, Bangkok / Don Muang, Singapore, New Delhi, Beirut, Athens, Rome,London/Heathrow, Wake, Saipan, Guam, Honolulu, Anchorage,San Francisco,Los Angeles,New York/JFK
United States flag Northwest Airlines (NW) (ST)Hong Kong/Keitoku, Taipei/Songshan, Seoul/Gimpo, Shanghai/Hongqiao, Beijing/Capital, Manila, Singapore, Bangkok/Don Mueang, Saipan, Guam, Honolulu, Anchorage,Portland, San Francisco, Los Angeles,Minneapolis,New York/JFK
United States flag American airlines (AA) (OW) New York/JFK[198][199]
United States flag Delta Airlines (DL) (ST) Detroit(Operation resumed from March 2020, 3)[175], Seattle / Tacoma (Resumed operation from March 2020, 3)[175]
United States flag Continental Micronesia (CS)Guam
Canadian flag Canadian Pacific Airlines (CP) (OW) Vancouver, Hong Kong/Enlightened,Lima,ブ エ ノ ス ア イ レ ス
Brazilian flag Varig Brazilian Airlines (RG) (SA) Los Angeles, Lima, Rio de Janeiro/Galleon, Sao Paulo/Villa Coppos
Brazilian flag REAL Airlines (RL) Honolulu, Los Angeles,Mexico City,ボ ゴ タ,Manaus, Rio de Janeiro/Galleon
Russian flag Aeroflot Airlines (SU) (ST) Moscow / Sheremetyevo (resumed operation from March 2020, 3)[180]
Swiss flag Swiss airline (SR)Zurich, Anchorage
German flag Lufthansa (LH) (SA) Anchorage,Karachi
Belgian flag Sabena Belgian Airlines (SB)ブ リ ュ ッ セ ル, Anchorage
Dutch flag KLM Royal Dutch Airlines (KL) (ST)Amsterdam, Anchorage
French flag Air France (AF) (ST) Noumea
French flag UTA (UT)Noumea
Italian flag Alitalia-Italian Airlines (AZ) (ST)Rome (resumed operation from March 2020, 3)[178], Anchorage
Swedish flagNorway flagDanish flag Scandinavian Airlines (SK) (SA) Copenhagen(Operation resumed from the summer 2020 schedule)[188], Anchorage, Bangkok/Don Mueang, Karachi, Rome
British flag British Overseas Airlines (BA) Hong Kong / Kai Tak, New Delhi, Mumbai / Santa Cruz, Cairo, Rome, Honolulu, San Francisco,New York/JFK, Anchorage, London / Heathrow
Egyptian flag Egypt Air (MS) (SA) Hong Kong/Keitoku, Bangkok/Don Mueang, New Delhi, Cairo
Australian flag Qantas (QF) (OW) Hong Kong/Enlightenment
New Zealand flag Air New Zealand (NZ) (SA)Auckland,Christchurch

Access to airport

Train

Future plans

Multiple newAirport connecting trainIs being planned or considered.

Transit Bus

From Haneda AirportExpress Bus,Transit BusThe detailed information of the destination is regardless of the operating company"Bus/direction guidance'It is described in.

General route busOmori Station,Kawasaki Station, There is a service to Kamata Station. Especially from Kamata station, there is also an express shuttle bus that stops only at the Otorii stop.Limousine busIs the prefectural capital of each prefecture in the Greater Tokyo area such as Tokyo, Kanagawa, Chiba, Saitama, Ibaraki, major stations and hotels in major cities, and even Shizuoka prefecture.Gotemba,Nagano PrefectureKaruizawa,Tokyo Disney Resort,Odaiba,Tokyo Sky Tree,Tokyo Big Site,Makuhari Messe,Fujikyu Highland,Lake KawaguchiIt is also operated from leisure spots such as.Narita International Airport,Tokyo City Air Terminal,Yokohama City Air TerminalThere are also direct flights to. There are also late-night and early-morning flights on some routes.

Furthermore, in order to enhance the international competitiveness of the Tokyo metropolitan area and further increase the number of foreign tourists, we will operate existing public transportation services from October 24, 2014 in order to promote the utilization of Haneda Airport for 10 hours. The access bus (26 routes) connecting Haneda Airport to the city center is in test operation at midnight and early morning hours. The breakdown of the 5 routes is Ginza, Tokyo,Akihabaraline,Shinjuku(Shinjuku Station,Higashi Shinjuku Station)・Ikebukuroline,ShibuyaLine, Otorii/Kamata/Shinagawaline,Yokohama (YCAT)It is a line, departing from Haneda at 1:00 pm, and arriving at Haneda at 4:00 pm in the early morning, one round trip per day for each route[200].. Furthermore, from April 2015, 4, the operation of late-night and early-morning buses will be expanded, and newAsakusa,Roppongi,Futakotamagawa,Odaiba,Sakuragi Town,Minatomirai,Kawasaki City,Ariake,Toyosu,Toyo Town,Kasai,IchinoeAlso started to operate[201]. From May 2017, 4Shimbashi Station,Oimachi StationA new stop has been established, and some routes are being reviewed.[202].

These route busesKeikyu Express BusorTokyo airport trafficIs operating.

Taxi

  • Fixed fare taxi
    • Tokyo metropolitan area[203], Kanagawa Prefecture[204] Operate at a uniform fare within the zone (excluding areas near airports)

Shuto Expressway

General road

Walking / biking

The road to the airportRinghachi-dori,National Route 357Except for some of the aboveBicycleAccess is not common.Tenkuhashi StationGo straight along the Tamagawa River on Kanpachi-dori from the vicinity, and you will see Terminal 3 on your left. Go straight and go through the Haneda Airport tunnelNew maintenance stationYou can proceed in the direction. In addition, you can move to Terminal 357 on the sidewalk maintained along Route 1. There is no bicycle parking lot in each passenger terminal, but you can park your bicycle in the first parking lot (P1) on the Terminal 1 side.

Route

Incident, accident

Happened in and around Haneda AirportAviation accident,hijackThe case is as follows.

ACCIDENT

hijack

  • 19703/31 Japan Airlines 351 flight board airport (currentlyFukuoka Airport)Red armyIs hijacked by nine people who claim to be. The aircraft is at the board with airport,Seoul OfGimpo AirportThroughnorth korea-PyongyangLanding at the inner airfield. 9 criminal groups in North Koreaexile.. The first in JapanhijackIncident (Yodo Hijacking Case).
  • 19715/13 Japan Airlines 801 flightsSendaiGoingYS-11Was hijacked by a man with a vinyl electric wire over Tokyo Bay, and the criminal was arrested after an emergency landing at Haneda.
  • 197112/19 Japan Airlines 758 flightsFukuiFromFokker F27While preparing for landing at Haneda, a man set fire to the in-flight toilet, broke into the cockpit to plow fire, and cut the captain with a knife. The criminal was arrested after landing in Haneda, but died after the arrest.
  • 197211/6 Japan Airlines flight 351FukuokaOncoming Boeing 727 was hijacked by a masked man and made an emergency landing at Haneda. At the request of the criminal, Japan Airlines prepared DC-8-62 (JA8040) as an escape aircraft, but the criminal was arrested while traveling to the escape aircraft (Japan Airlines Flight 351 Hijacking Case).
  • 19754/9 Japan Airlines flight 514 (Chitose) FromBoeing 747-SRWhile the man was skating on the runway,HandgunThreaten the crew. The criminal was arrested after releasing the passengers.
  • 19757/28 Japan Airlines flight 63 to Sapporo (Chitose)Tristar MiyagiMatsushimaHijacked by a high school student in the sky, the hijacking machine returned to Haneda, and the criminal was arrested after arriving at Haneda.
  • 19773/17 ANA 817 Boeing 727 bound for Sendai was hijacked by a gangster after takeoff, hitting passengers with a modified model gun on board, and a modified model gun exploded. Emergency landing at Haneda. The criminal committed suicide on board the aircraft (ANA Flight 817 Hijacking Case).
  • 19997/23 Japan Airlines 61 flights Sapporo (New Chitose) Bound forBoeing 747-400D (JA8966) after takeoffKnifeHadFlight simulatorManiaWas hijacked by a man, killed the captain and piloted himself. The copilot plunged into the cockpit and the man was arrested, and made an emergency landing at Haneda. A structural and security defect in the terminal building at Haneda Airport was pointed out, and repair work was carried out later (ANA Flight 61 Hijacking Case).

Security system

episode

  • Security struggleSanaka1960On June 6th,President of the United StatesDwight D. EisenhowerPresidential spokesman who came to Japan to discuss the schedule of visit to Japan (at that time it was reported as a newspaper secretary)James Hagerty(Reported as "haggie" notation) packed around the airportProtestersBe surrounded byUS Marine Corps OfhelicopterThere was a case of being rescued in (Hagati case).
  • Boeing 747-SPIt is the airport that triggered the birth. I was in the airport before the opening of Narita AirportPan American AirlinesWas based inNew York/JFKThen,UK-Paris-RomeWhereas you can fly nonstop,JapanTo 747 even after serviceAnchorageorHonolulu-Seattle-Los AngelesHad to go through.Therefore, the Boeing 747SP for ultra-long range was developed by Boeing for non-landing flights from the Far East to New York / JFK. On April 1976, 4, Pan Am launched the world's first non-landing direct flight between New York / JFK and the airport.Until Japan Airlines launched the Boeing 25-747 directly to New York / JFK and Narita Airport, it was the only passenger aircraft capable of direct non-landing between Tokyo and New York / JFK.
  • From the construction site of the new international terminal (currently Terminal 2007) on June 6, 7, at the time of World War IIImperial Japanese ArmyWas used byAnti-aircraft gunWas excavated.
  • 文藝 春秋 Ofweekly magazine"Weekly BunshunIn the February 2008, 2 issue, with the title "Uncovering the "Unauthorized Parking Machine Business"",RakutenChairman·Hiroshi Mikitani OfGulf Stream VType machine,SonyOwned byDassault Falcon 900Type machineBusiness jetThe machine was called "Maintenance Purpose", and an article was published stating that the machine was illegally parked in the maintenance area at Tokyo International Airport.[207].. After that, these business jets were removed after being pointed out, but as of March 2010, it was pointed out that some of them were still parked as before.
  • I went out from the cafeteria in the facility since 2008Waste oilIs processed and used as fuel for freight carriers[208].
  • On the morning of February 2010, 2, a record heavy fog occurred throughout the Kanto region, causing a total of 25 flights to be canceled due to poor visibility, resulting in a disruption of daytime operations. Instrument landing gear equipped at the time (THE S) It became impossible to land in Category II[209].. In response, ILS category IIIa was put into service at Runway 2015R on August 8, 20.
  • On April 2012, 4, a violently developed low pressure approached the Kanto region, and at Haneda Airport, the direction was 3 degrees to 180 degrees.knotThe above strong wind was observed. There were many canceled flights because crosswind restrictions were exceeded on the B(22) and D(23) runways, but some arriving flights circulated from the ILS approach to 22 to the C(16L) runway. , Landed.
  • 2015から2016ToToa Construction IndustryOf the Haneda Airport runwayEarthquakeof timeLiquefactionAlthough preventive work was carried out, it was reported to the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism in May 2016 that the work had been completed properly, despite the fact that the amount of the drug injected into the ground was insufficient. Turned out. No impact on runway strength[210].
  • 201710/18,Ministry of Justice(I.e.(Current:Immigration Control Agency) Is Japan's first Haneda AirportImmigrationToFace recognition systemIntroduced. A self-gate for Japanese returnees to take a picture of their face and check it against their passport[211].
  • 201911/6Water was cut off at the second passenger terminal building. Water was cut off at restaurants and toilets until it was resolved in the afternoon of the 2th, two days later. The cause of water interruption is "salty water". No salt was detected in the water pipes managed by the Waterworks Bureau of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government, and it is probable that they were mixed on the airport premises. According to the airport facility, no damage to the water pipe was confirmed, and it is unlikely that a third party would mix the water pipe, but the cause remains unknown.
  • BritishSky traxIt ranks second in the "World Best Airport" rating by the world airport.

Works set in Tokyo International Airport

tv set

movies

Popular song

ゲーム

  • I am an air traffic controller series(When a new series comes out, it will almost always be the first stage. In many cases, it will be remade in one series and will be staged more than once.)

footnote

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注 釈

  1. ^ BesidesKIX,Chubu International Airport,New Chitose Airport,Kitakyushu Airport,Naha AirportThere is. Only Kansai International Airport can operate 24 hours a day due to maintenance and noise.
  2. ^ Yamato Transportof"Super fast delivery serviceHigh-speed home delivery services such as[Source required].
  3. ^ However,Official Business Visiting Guest/Practical Visiting Guest/Ministry of Foreign Affairs GuestEtc. are usuallyNarita International AirportTo use.
  4. ^ Regarding the investment in the company, in addition to the above Japan Airport Building,Narita International Airport Co., Ltd.And so on.
  5. ^ Even after the opening of Narita Airport, if Narita Airport was closed due to accidents or climatic conditions, there were temporary departures and arrivals of international aircraft.
  6. ^ Not only did this prevent Japan Airlines from entering Taiwan,FIRWas also refused, and Southeast Asian routes and southbound European routes were forced to make detours.
  7. ^ Occurred on January 2011, 3Great East Japan EarthquakeDue to the influence of the above, extra flights will be operated on the Iwate Hanamaki and Sendai lines.
  8. ^ Occurred on October 2004, 10Niigata Chuetsu EarthquakeFrom October 10th to January 24th of the following year, it occurred on July 1th, 4 due to the influence ofNiigata Chuetsu-oki EarthquakeDue to the influence of, special flights will be operated on the same day and 17th.

footnote 

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  12. ^ Airport Law Article 4
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  51. ^ About this episodeNHKWas broadcast in 1993Documentary program"Techno power』Third and2004Broadcast of "Project X-Challengers-Was also taken up.
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